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.
Beyond the merriment that the very light jet is coming to market, the insurance industry is preparing to drop the curtain in the final act.<br />
The chief of the NTSB’s French counterpart is concerned that an increasing number of aircraft are flying under flags of convenience.
Pulling into position for takeoff or passing the final approach fix for landing, especially at a mountain airport, presents many challenges.
A letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can cause any taxpayer’s heart to skip a beat.
Unlike physics, economic forecasting is not an exact science, and significant natural disasters have a way of scattering the tea leaves.
For aircraft financers, insurance and the stability of the OEM are the main concerns when they consider the very light jets (VLJs), three of which are work
Interest rates for aircraft loans and leases are typically negotiated individually for each case, so lenders rarely publish their rates.
A vibrant level of new aircraft deliveries, strong sales of used aircraft, low interest rates and competition among lenders have provided banks and other c
Republican lawmakers have taken steps to shelve new tax rules in the 2005 Highway Bill designed to discourage truckers from using jet fuel to avoid higher
Business aviation groups welcomed a letter from the FAA to the commissioner of internal revenue asking him to suspend implementation of new fuel tax rules