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 Internal Revenue Service recently published Revenue Procedure 2003-85, which provides inflation-adjusted items for 2004.
The Rhode Island division of taxation issued a revised regulation regarding the application of a user tax to noncommercial aircraft in the state.
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,
If you buy, sell or operate aircraft in Europe and have been liable to EU value added tax (VAT), a chat with Lasse Rungholm could help you to save lots of
While the debate continues over how best to fund the next-generation air transportation system, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) is of the opinio
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
As a percentage of a $200 airline ticket, taxes and fees more than tripled between 1972 and 2004 thanks to inflation, a decline in the real cost of airline
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