Welcome as the economic recovery has been by the companies that supply private-aviation products and services—the aircraft makers, fractional-share and jet-card providers, and charter operators—th
Robb Report’s Private Aviation Forum is where the members of our Private Aviation Advisory Board discuss the hot-button issues that directly affect jet owners, fractional-share holders, a
To remain competitive in the flight-services industry, companies have been updating and upgrading their fleets and expanding their offerings beyond fractional aircraft shares.
Like most industries, private aviation is cyclical and susceptible to the vagaries of the economy and other worldwide forces.
NetJets, private aviation’s largest fractional-share provider, recently announced its Supplemental Lift Assurance program, which follows the massive purchase agreement the company
Flexjet by Bombardier, a leading fractional-share and flight-service provider, has teamed up with the Lake Austin Spa Resort, located on 19 acres about 30 minutes northwest of dow
In early August, NetJets—the world leader in fractional aircraft ownership and private-flight services—opened a private airport terminal in Los Angeles, which has long been one of
Flexjet by Bombardier, which is operated by U.S. air carrier Jet Solutions, has teamed up with commercial airline Qatar Airways.
The category-crossover aircraft from Brazilian manufacturer Embraer are changing the way the industry thinks about business-jet design.
On a recent sunny spring day in Los Angeles, I flew aboard one of the industry’s most innovative new aircraft, the P.180 Avanti II from Italian manufacturer Piaggio Aero, departin
In pursuit ofprofits that have proved elusive, fractional-jet providers have altered the industry’s basic business model.