Aircraft Operating & Ownership Options

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Aircraft Ownership

There are a variety of ways companies can own and operate their aircraft, and NBAA continues to provide to Members the information that will help them ascend to a higher level of productivity and growth.

Advantages of aircraft ownership include flexibility and control over all factors relating to transportation, including safety, security, comfort, timeliness and cost of business travel. This control can be maintained by a company flight department or a management company. Other advantages include tax benefits, such as depreciation.

Special Report: Aircraft Acquisition Planning and Financing
Oct. 12, 2015
One of the attractions of business aviation is the ability to take to the skies on a schedule that meets your company’s needs – be it through charter, fractional ownership, aircraft leasing or outright purchase. Acquiring a business aircraft requires careful analysis and planning to determine which form of ownership best suits your company‚Äôs needs, and to ensure the aircraft you purchase offers you the best value. Read a special report that looks at the various leasing and purchase structures available to companies in the September/October 2015 edition of Business Aviation Insider.