Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Wijet has ordered 16 HondaJets and launched service after its first one was delivered on March 20.
The private jet charter arm of Qatar Airways can now operate at three mountainous airports in Austria, France, and Switzerland.
Around 15 percent of Alpha Star’s operations are devoted to medevac today.
Despite flight sharing proving controversial, Wingly believes it can persuade industry that its users are complying with regulations.
The company is diversifying its offerings beyond the role family.
The partnership with Corporate Angel Network will help patients fly for free on business jets for cancer treatment.
Foreign commerical operators will not be able to continue flying to, from, or within the UK without a foreign carrier permit or third-party approval.
Luxemburg-based Luxaviation Helicopters today launched a network of charter operators offering global access to more than 70 VIP-outfitted rotorcraft.
The hub will serve the company's market in India and Africa.
Wheels Up CEO Kenny Dichter said the market potential for the new membership tier is 10 million people and businesses.