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.
With the country in mourning for the tremendous loss of life from the terrorist attacks, the financial loss seemed to pale by comparison.
On May 6, very light jet air-taxi operator DayJet put its growth plans on hold after failing to obtain another $50 million in funding to progress to the ne
Travelers Aviation has increased its aircraft hull coverage limit to $50 million.
The new Isle of Man aircraft registry could be a possible safe haven for N-registered business aircraft based in Europe.
Travelers Aviation, part of The Travelers insurance company, made its debut at the 2007 AIA convention at Indian Wells, Calif.
Despite the economic uncertainty in the U.S.
Value Added Tax (VAT) and import duties for aircraft currently stand at zero percent in Denmark.
In the months since September 11, the insurance industry has taken a beating.
You roll up to an FBO in a multi-million-dollar business jet, and they roll out the red carpet.
Noticing that aircraft finance companies were more prominent here this year, EBACE Convention News did a quick walkabout to see when they first had booths