Aviation Financing Financing, Insurance and Taxes
Issues regarding financing of aircraft.
The process for deciding whether or how to buy a business aircraft is fraught with seemingly incalculable factors and subjective considerations.
Before bailing out last month for the usual summer vacation, the House and Senate took no action on the tax bill that would have extended the bonus depreci
At press time, Boeing was close to concluding a deal in which it will be selling its business-jet finance division.
With so many choices available to companies and individuals contemplating alternatives to airline travel, what’s a business owner or prospective flight dep
The FAA’s budgetary woes are but one symptom of the U.S.
Mission Oaks National Bank in Temecula, Calif., hopes to become the lender of choice for pilots shopping for general aviation airplanes and, in some cases,
Everyone in the industry knows that new and used business aircraft sales, prices and inventories generally follow the overall economy.
In a report released early last month, the National Air Traffic Controllers Association said policy decisions by the Bush Administration, not inadequate re
By just about anyone’s reckoning the FAA audit process known as the Air Transport Oversight System (ATOS) has turned into a horribly labor-intensive and ti
With the airlines arguing that they pay for more than 90 percent of the ATC system but don’t account for 90 percent of its use, and with the FAA confirming