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.
The next two decades will see rising rotorcraft demand across multiple sectors, according to the latest market forecast from Airbus Helicopters.
The German group achieved a financial turnaround in 2022 recording a €1.5 billion operating profit, even though most of its airlines remained loss-making.
The world’s largest commercial aircraft lessor says traffic growth and a curtailed supply environment will drive lease transactions and higher rates.
Helicopter lessor Milestone has placed a pair of Sikorsky S-92s with China's CITIC Offshore Helicopter.
The European airline group's move appears to be part of a new wave of consolidation in the industry that will be subject to regulatory scrutiny.
The state-owned carrier may once again be partly privatized as the Sri Lankan government deals with fallout from a financial crisis.
Milestone will lease six helicopters to Bristow in support of a search and rescue contract with the Netherlands Coast Guard.
The European aerospace and defense group's CEO Guillaume Faury warned it will face more complexity and disruption risk during 2023.
Growing demand in the private and business aviation sectors are key factors in the manufacturer's expectations for recovery in the helicopter market.
In a tie-up with 4Air, aviation insurer Global Aerospace is now offering a range of sustainability programs for its clients.