Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Jet card and private jet management provider Jet Linx has rolled out a new jet card membership program aimed at businesses.
European business aviation activity has heated up since the start of summer, but worldwide flight hours have fluctuated as Covid continues to drag demand.
The card will be offered with a minimum block of 25 hours for light, midsize, or heavy business jets.
As sporting competitions return slowly in Europe, charter operator KlasJet is offering specially catered meals for its athelte customers.
Partners In Aviation, which matches potential private aircraft owners, has seen its business rebound as part of a "Covid bump."
Directional Aviation has launched FXAir as a premium product that “redefines and rescopes on-demand air charter.”
NetJets is reinstating most of its fleet in Europe and all NetJets Europe pilots and cabin crew who were furloughed in April.
Precision Support Services has competed multiple remote inspections of Guimbal Cabri helicopters.
Charter operators have a "golden opportunity" with a surge of new customers but must work together to ensure seamless experiences to retain them.
A new report maps out the size and timeline for the urban air mobility market, with airport shuttles and intercity flights seen as big earners.