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.
Someone I used to know–a father and general aviation pilot–questioned why he needed life insurance, because, quote, “I won’t be around to enjoy it.” He cou
Following an earlier initiative in the luxury-yacht market, international banking and insurance financial-services provider Fortis (Booth No.
So called “showstoppers” insurance, a form of business interruption coverage, will likely help NBAA recover some of the expenses and lost revenue the assoc
Time is ticking, and Fairchild Dornier has only two months to find a strategic investor.
Valued-added taxes (VAT) may now amount to 25 percent of a jet fuel purchase in some parts of Europe.
With regard to liability insurance, answers to the question of “How much is enough?” have always been something of a mystery.
Under a provision of President Bush’s economic stimulus package, purchasers of new aircraft can take a first-year depreciation deduction of 30 percent for
Armed with the largest single contract in its 52-year history–converting 19 U.S.
Regional-aircraft manufacturers face the prospect of increased financial risk in coming years, despite having been able to reduce sales costs since the mid
Demand for executive aircraft charter continues to be softened by depressed trading activity in the financial community, which has previously been a core m