Soccer Player’s Death Puts Focus On ‘Gray’ Charters

The knotty problem of so-called “gray” charter flights has attained a new, heightened level of prominence following the deaths of Argentinian soccer player Emiliano Sala and his pilot in a crash over the English Channel last January. Operators of for-profit flights must hold an Air Operator...

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