Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
More than half of responses to an EBAA survey see growth in business travel over the next five years, and many expect progress with electric aviation.
Vista Global founder Thomas Flohr is making VistaJet and XO fleets available to all Ferrari race car drivers over the next 12 months.
Business aviation operations, down just 12 percent so far in September, continue to show the slow climb to recovery, according to WingX.
Orange County Board of Supervisors approve new FBO leases at John Wayne Airport, including clauses that prohibit JSX operations there.
PlaneSense is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its PlaneSense fractional ownership program this month.
The North Carolina-based fractional company will operate JetClub under a slightly different business model in Europe and Asia.
New lease agreements with FBOs at John Wayne Airport in California, include clauses that prohibit subleases to "regularly scheduled commercial service."
EBAA webinar highlights regulatory concerns over training, charter, maintenance, plus new sustainability and cybersecurity requirements.
The industry's "wake-up call will be painful" following a rebound in private aviation led by summer leisure travel, according to LunaJets.
Toby Edwards and James Farley, both longstanding employees, were promoted to co-CEO, while Clive Jackson becomes executive chairman.