Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Twinjet will be available in Europe to members of "Flying Club 24,” a new aircraft membership firm based in Sion, Switzerland.
Swedish company says activity on its system shows Europe has robust growth at last.
While the U.S. FAA put a stop to advertising flights with non-AOC holders, EASA opened the door.
Charter broker association aims to grow and work with other organizations, says its first CEO.
The company offers charter services in London and Dubai.
The organizations are forming a joint reporting system to gain more insight into illegal charter practices.
JetSuite plans to add up to 100 Zunum Aero 12-passenger hybrid-to-electric aircraft to its fleet.
Provides an overview of types of per-seat and “planeload” charter operations using aircraft operated under Part 135, as well as regulatory considerations.
Company also intends to expand its fleet by 14 percent this year, which will require growth in pilot ranks by 25 percent.
Acquisition is not only accelerating OJets’ growth but providing an anchor in the European aircraft management, charter, and aviaton services market.