Jet Talk

Kent S. Jackson | October 28, 2016

Join 27,000 industry professionals for the most important three days of business aviation. Ranked as the sixth largest trade show in the United States, the Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) will be held Nov. 1-3, 2016, in Orlando, Florida, bringing together current and prospective aircraft owners, manufacturers and customers into one meeting place to […]

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Best Practices: Managing An Aircraft Management Company
Kent S. Jackson | February 25, 2016

Best Practices: Managing an Aircraft Management Company5 Scenarios that could cost you money, and impact safety Let’s start with two questions to ask yourself:How qualified is this aircraft management company to adapt to the changing needs of my business and the marketplace?Am I paying fair prices and flying with an operator focused on passenger and aircraft […]

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Making a Case for Shared Aircraft Ownership
Kent S. Jackson | January 27, 2016

Owning an aircraft free-and-clear is often the ideal. But, there are situations where shared aircraft ownership can work economically and logistically. When appropriately structured, a shared aircraft ownership arrangement can prove to be mutually beneficial. However, before entering into a multiparty ownership arrangement, it’s important to understand the potential downside, including the high potential for […]

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The Truth About Aircraft Time-Swapping
Kent S. Jackson | April 14, 2015

Maximizing utilization of corporate aircraft can be challenging, which is why many owners/operators choose to implement an interchange agreement. Click here to download full article.

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The Flight Department Company Trap
Kali M. Hague | July 2, 2014

Thinking of operating an aircraft in a sole purpose company to minimize liability? Think again. One of the most frequestly violated FAA regulations is also one of the most well-known, but misinterpreted, provisions. Click here to download full article.

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Why a Single LOA May Be Insufficient
Kent S. Jackson | June 25, 2014

When purchasing a new aircraft, or making a change in the operating structure, often the last items to be considered are the FAA Letters of Authorization (LOA) for operations. For years the operator specific nature of the LOAs has gone unnoticed by the FAA, and the business aviation industry. Ongoing confusion led to the persistant […]

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