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 Russian business aviation sector is going into a tailspin as the ever-tightening Western sanctions over the war in Ukraine cripple the industry.
The manufacturer's Cassio family of aircraft will be operated by partners throughout Europe, providing flights for fractional ownership clients.
Expo 2020 has boosted Dubai’s status as a regional hub.
Maintenance-plan provider JSSI highlights at EBACE recent acquisitions and expanded offerings
Gama Sharjah is intent on expanding its fleet after Wheels Up’s acquisition of Gama Aviation Signature in the U.S. in 2020
UAS and partner investor Fangda hope to see business in UAE expand worldwide as entrants to the market learn the benefits of business aviation.
The Naples, Florida-based charter operator has re-certified as an Argus Platinum operator and earned IS-BAO Stage 2 certification.
Indiana-based Surack Enterprises bought Enstrom Helicopter Corporation after a previously-announced deal to sell the company collapsed.
Wheels Up Q1 revenues topped $325 million, but it lost $89 million in the process.
Alan Russell Cook, Sr. was president and CEO of the former Metropolitan Aviation in Manassas, Virginia.