Financing, Insurance and Taxes
Issues regarding financing of aircraft; aviation insurance; tax issues for aircraft operators; new companies and people in the aviation financing and insurance industries.
New financing plan targets aircraft costing between $2 million and $10 million.
Company focusing on five-year leases for new and young (three years old or newer) pre-owned midsize to large-cabin jets.
Buyers with good credit can still obtain financing for business aircraft, as long as the asset is less than 20 years old.
Minsheng now has orders for up to 110 Gulfstreams - a mix of G280s, G450s, G550s and G650s - worth an estimated $5.6 billion.
Deal covers 60 super-midsize and large-cabin Gulfstreams and 10 Bombardier Challenger 350s.
Politicians like to use the term “dead on arrival” to refer to unpalatable bills, and that’s how 116 bipartisan members of the House earlier this year desc
The big financial freeze that has gripped much of the aerospace industry since around the time of the last Farnborough airshow in 2008 is starting to thaw.
NBAA applauded the Washington State legislature’s decision to scuttle a provision for an “onerous” tax proposal for aircraft in its annual spending bill.