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.
Travel restrictions prompted by the outbreak of Covid's Omicron variant undermined a somewhat encouraging recovery in demand for flights in 2021.
Avfuel’s in-house aviation insurance subsidiary, Avsurance, celebrated its 30th anniversary with its best year ever in terms of assets covered.
Canada's proposed luxury tax on new general aviation aircraft sales has been delayed.
As companies lift restrictions on travel via business aircraft amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the time is right to reconsider aircraft use policies.
Spring City Aviation, the lone service provider at Milwaukee’s Lawrence J. Timmerman Airport, has joined the Avfuel-branded dealer network.
Europe is taking a “stick” approach to reducing aircraft CO2 emissions, while the U.S. is going the “carrot” route.
A Dassault Falcon 2000, one of nine business jets seized in 2012 on charges of evading import tax, goes to auction December 15 in Brazil.
Bizjet values have increased in the course of the year
The Canadian Business Aviation Association goes on offense to combat the Canadian government's proposed luxury tax on private aircraft.
DAE's portfolio stands at 425 aircraft, while Alafco now manages 80.