Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Prague-based ABS Jets has an operations control center that is also used by many third-party clients from countries such as Brazil.
Wheels Up raised $128 million in new equity late last week to help the private flight solutions firm accelerate growth and digital efforts.
Proposed new fractional-share rules in Brazil will be equivalent to those under the U.S. FAA's Part 91K.
Via its booking platform, Flapper will soon offer new routes, new country markets, and new services—including crowdsourced flight sharing.
Avantto’s revenue and EBITDA performance in 2018 and the first half of 2019 has been even better than in the two previous years.
Acquisition of a Nextant 400XTi extends AirMed International's footprint from San Antonio, Texas base.
The nation is making an attempt to curtail illegal charter, with regulators embracing numerous solutions.
Clay Lacy says the Gulfstream is the longest-range business aircraft currently based at the airport.
The rebranding comes as the four-year-old public charter provider is preparing to extend its regular service to a seventh destination, Phoenix, this month.
Air Charter Services has nearly doubled staff and moved to bigger office space in Sao Paulo.