Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Embraer has received a Letter of Interest for six KC-390 transports, to be acquired by a company that aims to lease them out to air arms.
Co-founding the company in 2000, Plumb helped build it into an operation that has more than 50 aircraft, nearly 200 employees, and five bases.
Will create an ecosystem enabling business aviation industry stakeholders to boost efficiency and profitability by sharing data and intelligence.
Its all-Bombardier fleet—which includes the Challenger 350, 650, and 850 and Global 5000 and 6000—now numbers 72 aircraft.
The first three helicopters will be prepared at PHI's base in Lafayette, Louisiana, for delivery in the first and second quarter.
Expansion this year will be “driven by on demand business jet charter, as opposed to outright or fractional ownership.”
The start of hangar complex at St. Paul Downtown Airport will mark the first private development there in more than a decade.
Worldwide group says local offices for charter sales, and central broker desk in Luton, has worked well.
PlaneSense’s jet program customers will be able to fly aboard the PC-24 in late February or early March, following proving flights.
Having announced at EBACE 2017 that it had signed a joint venture agreement in Malta, Swiss firm has now been granted an AOC by the Malta CAD.