Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
The Air Charter Expo will return next year at London Biggin Hill Airport.
Adopting a model from its recently acquired JetSelect business, Jet Edge is expanding owner's share of charter revenues and seeing record new business.
Part 135 operator XOJet Aviation avoids layoffs and furloughs despite Covid-19 crisis by refocusing priorities.
While the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted all sectors of aviation, for some it has provided opportunities, among them fractional aircraft provider Jet It.
Mark London assumes president's role from Elite Jets Charters founder and CEO Dan Randolph.
XOJet Aviation has implemented a series of countermeasures to protect passenger and crew heath and safety as it has kept flying throughout the pandemic.
Illegal charters, new users of charter, insurance issues for Part 135 operators were among the topics discussed during a NATA webinar on Wednesday.
Boston-based air charter broker Magellan Jets has launched a membership program, expanding its previous on-demand and jet card offerings.
While the number of available pilots will continue to increase with airline furloughs, charter execs say during an NBAA webinar the situation is temporary.
Charter brokerage TailHail aims to sell memberships and help bring more people into charter flying.