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.
July 1 is the 75th anniversary of United States Aviation Insurance Group, better known as USAIG.
All aircraft using European airspace are facing the prospect of having to carry minimum levels of third-party liability insurance.
According to London-based insurance adjuster Airclaims, from an insurer’s point of view 2002 was a fairly “benign” year, with hull and liability losses of
Barely into the new year, aircraft owners and operators are opening letters from their insurance companies offering additional coverage for acts of terrori
Atlanta-based Travelers Aviation announced last month that it will expand its corporate flight coverage to include hull and liability insurance for Part 13
Long Island-based jet charter and management company ExcelAire has been selected to join Executive Jet Management, Jet Aviation and Jet Direct as a partner
When President Bush last month signed a tax law that extends the “placed-in-service” deadline to the end of next year for new aircraft buyers to qualify fo
Both houses of Congress passed a bill that extends until December 31 next year the “placed-in-service” deadline for business aircraft purchased on or befor
Travelers’ Atlanta-based aviation division yesterday announced that it will be expanding its corporate flight coverage to include hull and liability insura
What a difference a year makes.<br /><br />In <b>AIN</b>’s annual report on aviation finance last year <i>(October 2006, page 38)</i>, lenders expected 200