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.
Finance is gaining traction
Iran at last starts to receive Western airliners as sanctions are lifted but is looking East for military aircraft.
Middle East lessors are starting to gain business beyond the region, with Alafco notably gaining its first U.S. airline customer.
Ten years after starting the M-register for private aircraft, the Isle of Man is under the spotlight after data from a law firm was leaked.
MEBAA founding chairman Alnaqbi is concerned about illegal charter market also affecting commercial operators.
The company identified current economic realities and the risk of reduced residual values for pre-owned aircraft as driving these trends.
The two companies are teaming to broaden business aircraft ownership options.
San Marino AOC will open up more possibilities for TAG Aviation Asia customers, beyond the company’s Hong Kong AOC.
Former Gulfstream chairman has joined the advisory board of Capital Aviation Group.
Leaders of six general and business aviation organizations rallied in opposition to ATC privatization efforts.