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.
Cash is still king, but lenders see fresh activity from buyers
Industry group now expects world's airlines to make $19.9 billion this year.
Forecast projects $124 billion worth of deliveries in 2015.
Recruits Aer Lingus CEO Christoph Mueller to oversee turnaround effort
Positive results to come six months after reporting record losses
Traditional financing sources, such as banks, have not been as active in financing private jets as they had been in previous years.
In the near term, Honeywell is projecting deliveries of 650 to 675 new jets this year, a single-digit percent increase from 2013.
François Chazelle, a familiar face at MEBA and trade shows worldwide through his years at Airbus Corporate Jets, is here at MEBA.
Many business aircraft operators previously had been uncertain whether they were eligible for temporary admission into the EU.
Bill passed despite objections that waiting until year-end for a one-year retroactive extension prolongs uncertainty and provides little benefit.