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 loss of a 30-year tax exemption from Brazilian import duties and other taxes would increase airlines’ tax burden by $955 million.
While the SSJ100 and Il-114-300 airliners have received new orders, the new MC-21 model is struggling, prompting Russia's government to show its support.
The Brazilian airline is replacing Boeing 737 NGs with the Max in order to cut operating costs and emissions, while also having more fleet flexibility.
EU antitrust regulators conclude that German state and restructuring aid to Condor comply with European state aid rules.
European Union antitrust regulators green-light the combination of world’s two largest aircraft lessors without concessions.
PWC, Bell, and CAE could receive $685 million from Canada's support for electric aviation.
OEM leadership appears generally unfazed by likely further consolidation of the airliner leasing business.
While Massachusetts governor declares July general aviation appreciation month, the state senate is considering a $1,000 per GA aircraft landing fee.
NGPA, which supports the worldwide LGBTQ+ aviation community, said its aviation scholarships for the 2021 cycle total more than $150,000.
Wintrust Asset Finance announced a new division, Wintrust Commercial Finance Aviation Group, that will focus on financing solutions for business aircraft.