The charter operator flies turboprops and light private jets in the Northeastern U.S. and Caribbean
Tradewind Aviation, which operates regionally in the Northeast U.S. and the Caribbean with on-demand charter, jet cards, and scheduled flights on its fleet of Pilatus PC-12s (it also has several Cessna Citation CJ-3s) has updated travel information based on the Covid-19 Coronavirus emergency.
The survey drew 2,225 responses, a 50% increase from 2018
It will be a happy holiday season in Columbus, Ohio this
festive period. Santa came a week early to Warren Buffett’s private aviation
In the wide-ranging survey, NetJets was voted best in all six categories rating fractional providers. It also won five of six categories in Charter, Jet Cards and Membership Clubs category.
The survey was conducted by Business Jet Traveler, its 9th annual reader poll.
The fractional operator sells shares on its Pilatus PC-12
and now expanding PC-24 fleet
While most people would probably know the nation’s two biggest fractional operators are NetJets and Flexjet, they might be hard-pressed to name number three. That would be New Hampshire-based PlaneSense. And while the two leaders battle it out with Gulfstream G650s and the Global Express, PlaneSense continues to pursue the short to mid-range flight market. Today it announced it has taken delivery of its third Pilatus PC-24, a twin-jet with a range of 2,000 nautical miles, and a takeoff distance of just 2,930 feet, including gravel and grass runways.