Maximizing utilization of corporate aircraft can be challenging, which is why many owners/operators choose to implement an interchange agreement.
February 10th, 2015 by
Quote from a 1986 enforcement case: “As Hogan Air Flight 816 taxied on Taxiway ‘C’ and passed by the Guard ramp area, the cadets observed you abandon your position in the left seat, stand up, remove your trousers, slide the window open and expose your buttocks.” Click here to download full article.
October 3rd, 2014 by
I was an unmanned aircraft expert until I turned 16. Up until then, I built squadrons of balsa and tissue control-line airplanes and competed with them. But then I soloed in a Cessna 150, discovered girls and forgot about toy airplanes.
Now, toy airplanes are “Unmanned Aircraft Systems,” and the economic, social and legal implications continue to loom larger while the “aircraft” get smaller and smaller.
September 17th, 2014 by
There are three key points to consider when negotiating an aircraft’s delivery condition. Don’t under estimate the time and legal expertise necessary for a successful transaction. A detailed description of individual delivery conditions ensures buyer protection and helps regate or resolve potential disputes.