Finance, Taxes, Insurance
Issues regarding financing of aircraft; aviation insurance; tax issues for aircraft operators; new companies and people in the aviation financing and insurance industries.
The Irish rotorcraft financing company has added two financial institutions to its stable of lenders.
Milestone hires eight new executives and opens five offices globally as it expands its reach.
The GAO investigated GA liability insurance requirements at behest of lawmakers, who questioned feasibility of imposing federal requirements.
Alfa-Bank executive draws a sobering, yet reassuring picture of the near-term.
Uncertainty remains as demand is not following the economic indicators it has in the past.
The global helicopter lessor, looks to expand its presence in Latin America.
Firm specializes in the purchase and sale of new and pre-owned large-cabin, long-range business jets.
Western banks are withholding billions of dollars due to Russian companies; report names India, China and Iraq as biggest customers.
Bills would repeal the state’s decade-old tax exemption on the sale of aircraft, maintenance and parts.
The BAOA’s major recommendations include rationalization of business aircraft import duty, which is 2.6% for charter operators but 19.6% for private users.