Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Under the transition to the Surf Air brand, Rise will phase out its current fleet of Beechcraft King Air 350s and replace it with Pilatus PC-12s.
Open pilot positions are in its light through super-midsize jets—the Embraer Phenom 300 and Legacy 450 and Bombardier Learjet 75LXi and Challenger 350.
An increase in charter flying demand and growth in its SuiteKey block charter program led to the creation of the multi-tiered aircraft management o
The twinjet will go into service next month and be operated by FlairJet.
The company ranked 113th place on the FT1000, a new Financial Times poll of Europe’s growing aviation businesses.
The company's fleet has grown to 16 aircraft.
From simple charter to full aircraft ownership, this NetJets-parented trio has the bases covered.
In the last year, Oyonnair has logged 3,000 hours in its turboprop twin-engine Avanti P.180s.
Nigeria's business aviation community is eager to seize the opportunity presented by what is potentially one of Africa's most dynamic economies.
Cyrrus Cayman completed the month-long audit after the company’s Luanda facilities, team, and operational standards were reviewed for one year.