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  • n. Plural form of fractional.


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  • The governor has ten appointees on the board, plus fractionals.

    Henry J. Stern: Dogs and Weasels

  • Unlike time shares or fractionals, which give owners a limited ownership interest in a specific property, destination-club members don't own anything -- instead, they get the right to use the club's 300 vacation homes, located at 35 hot destinations (from Manhattan and Beaver Creek, Colo., to Costa Rica) for up to 45 nights a year.

    Man of Leisure

  • And because of the exchange opportunities some fractionals offer, it can also be seen as a hybrid of cottage life and the exotic overseas resort.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Total sales by fractionals were $181.88 million, or 260 percent over 2008, according to Land Title Guarantee Co.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • The number of transactions involving fractionals increased 19 percent, from 228 in 2008 to 272 last year.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • "This is the first time in this industry there is an alternative to fractionals," he says.


  • Racing aficionados are buying fractionals in thoroughbreds. - News

  • Come to think of it was there ever really a luxury fractionals market or was it just a lot of marketing speak?

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  • "While the fractionals, major airlines, and even low cost airlines reported serious declines in February, demand for our unique low-cost personal air service more than doubled in New England," said Bill Herp, CEO of Linear Air.


  • He was instrumental as chair of the FAA rulemaking committee that helped the agency tread through the waters when fractionals became a player and the subsequent Part 91-Subpart K was achieved.



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