Part 91 Flight Department Tax & Regulatory Issues Workshop

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Attention Flight Department Managers! Attend and participate in this new, interactive seminar designed specifically for today’s Part 91 flight department personnel and their “downtown” counterparts from company headquarters. The program will identify and address tax and regulatory issues faced by business aviation managers, drawing on the insights and experiences of both panel members and attendees.

The workshop, developed in partnership with the Georgia Business Aviation Association (GBAA) will be held at Fulton County Airport (KFTY) in Atlanta, GA on March 23, 2012.

Attendees of the Part 91 Flight Department Tax & Regulatory Issues Workshop will learn:

  • Commonly-accepted operational structures under the Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs), including how to remain compliant within these structures.
  • Permissible reimbursement structures under the FARs (including executive reimbursement for personal flights), effective reimbursement management, and other regulatory schemes triggered by reimbursement.
  • Key factors to determine whether a flight is for business or personal use under the applicable regulatory schemes, as well as important strategies to help minimize the tax consequences of certain personal flights.
  • Common tax strategies designed to optimize the cost of owning, operating, and maintaining business aircraft.
  • How to better describe the value your flight department adds to your organization.

Workshop Partner: Georgia Business Aviation Association


Georgia Business Aviation Association

For More Information

For more information, contact NBAA's Peter Korns at (202) 783-9285 or [email protected].

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