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.
While aircraft insurance policies can be put on hold during extended periods of grounding, the cost savings don't outweigh the risks for most, broker says.
SIA Group expects to raise as much as S$15 billion in equity and debt funding.
Embraer's CEO insists that the deal with Boeing to buy 80 percent of the Brazilian company’s commercial business remains a top priority.
The Australian flag carrier uses seven Boeing 787-9s as collateral for a new loan.
The further $240 million in funding raised by Lilium for its eVTOL aircraft development suggests that investors are not deterred by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Almost 50,000 flights and more than 10 million seats will disappear from the market as a direct result of the European Union's 30-day travel ban.
Trade group A4A projects all seven of its passenger airlines likely will run out of money between June 30 and the end of the year absent government action.
Although most lessors remain in a “holding pattern,” the worsening Covid-19 crisis will force repossession of devalued assets.
An increasing number of high/ultra-high-net-worth individuals are increasingly using other people’s money to purchase business aircraft.
As the pendulum continues to swing further toward a hard aviation insurance market, business aircraft operators should plan on more premium increases.