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 return of the Farnborough Airshow is a welcome boost for an aviation sector, which faces challenges such as inflation and supply chain disruption.
The Covid crisis and the failed sale of its commercial division has forced Embraer to sharpen its focus on efficiency and innovation.
The aerospace and defense community has been through an existential challenge since the 2018 show, and it still faces multiple post-Covid difficulties.
"Nuclear” judgements combined with heavy claims losses are leading to a challenging market for aviation insurers and insured.
NBAA’s Tax Committee and regulatory issues advisory group have jointly created a new, members-only resource on exporting aircraft from the U.S.
Lessor LCI is acquiring 19 helicopters from Lobo Leasing in South America, Africa, and Europe.
The UN’s aviation arm resolves to call on Russia to end its infractions of the Chicago Convention.
The aviation insurance market in the U.S. has been relatively stable in the first half, says Aviation Specialty Insurance president Matt Drummelsmith.
GE Announces Changes to GE Aviation Senior Leadership Team under its plan to separate GE into three independent companies—Aviation, Healthcare, and Energy.
Helicopter leasing firm LCI has delivered two new Leonardo AW169 Helicopters to their joint venture and now has a fleet of more than 140 helicopters.