Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Surf Air has responded to the lawsuit filed by Encompass Aviation, which alleges that Surf Air owes it $3.1 million.
NATA said the latest FAA proposed enforcement action brings to light ramifications of illegal charter activity.
The UK charter operator will continue flying under an AOC located in continental Europe.
The California-based company continues to solidify its business in the northeast with a new presence at Westchester County Airport.
Planet Nine positioned to be a competitive offering in the premium end of the ultra-long-range charter market.
Kansa City Chiefs quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, signed a multiyear partnership agreement with Executive AirShare.
Move makes acquisitions easier going forward since Flexjet won't need to get union approval.
Encompass alleged that Surf Air is “financially distressed” and failed, virtually from the outset of the contract, to pay for flights two weeks in advance.
Surf Air offers all-you-can-fly memberships for air charter clients in California, Texas, and Europe.
The Part 135 operator voluntarily grounded its fleet for a daylong summit filled with assessment exercises, drills and training programs.