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.
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
Matt Eller, an Ames, Iowa real-estate developer, acquired the intellectual property of bankrupt VisionAire on October 2 for $441,000 and, under company nam
Corporate aviation operators at all levels received good and bad news from insurance representatives at the 26th annual Aviation Insurance Association conf
“The FAA, and the IRS…they really don’t think alike,” began tax attorney Gary Garofalo, first speaker at the NBAA Federal Aviation Tax Forum in Arlington,
Unlike insurance rates, which are decreasing slightly or at least stabilizing, aviation financing rates have apparently bottomed out and were on the rise l
Insurance premiums for professionally flown corporate aircraft have decreased slightly off their peaks of last year, but charter and helicopter operators a
GE Capital Aviation Services has amplified threats to withdraw its regional jet financing deals with US Airways if pilots do not accept a revised letter of
Webster Bank’s Center Capital of Waterbury, Conn., has formed a general aviation finance division headquartered in Dallas.
In a world of uncertainty, life insurance remains a priority for many business aviation pilots.
The process for deciding whether or how to buy a business aircraft is fraught with seemingly incalculable factors and subjective considerations.