Jet Talk

Aircraft Financing: 5 Pitfalls to Avoid
Kali M. Hague | July 30, 2014

When purchasing an aircraft, resist the temptation to guess on aircraft financing. Aircraft transactions and the legal financing documents are intricate, complex and contain many concealed restrictions. Such transactions should never be initiated without qualified, professional support. Click here to download full article.   

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Aircraft Insurance 101
Kali M. Hague | April 24, 2014

Insuring your aircraft is substantially more complex than insuring your home or vehicle. Failing to understand insurance agreements is a surefire way to violate existing aircraft agreements or invalidate insurance coverage. Before you sign an insurance contract, make sure your insurance protects you. Click here to download full article.

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Closing Aircraft Deals
Kent S. Jackson | February 17, 2014

Aircraft transactions should never be initiated without support from a trusted advisor. When attempting to purchase and register aircraft, resist the temptation to guess how to complete the required FAA forms. The process is not intuitive and many of the requirements that will delay a closing are not contained in the regulations. Click here to download […]

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Jackson & Wade becomes NBAA’s newest PDP provider
Kent S. Jackson | December 13, 2013

Jackson & Wade, LLC, is NBAA’s newest approved Professional Development Program (PDP) provider. The firm’s course, “Regulatory Compliance and Documentation,” meets NBAA’s PDP Objective Operations 3, which is to “develop the knowledge and understanding to establish a recordkeeping system to document regulatory compliance and initiate appropriate action.” Read more here: http://www.nbaa.org/prodev/pdp/20131213-aviation-law-firm-becomes-newest-professional-development-program-provider.php.

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Sales Smarts: As the aircraft market stirs, buyers and sellers need wisdom
Kent S. Jackson | October 1, 2013

The market adage, “Don’t try to catch the falling knife,” was born of hard experience. But in the used aircraft world, the knife seems to have finally hit the floor, and buyers are gradually emerging from the shadows of recession. There is no doubt that buyers and sellers are wary now, but are they smarter? […]

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Sharing Aircraft Under FAR Part 91
Kent S. Jackson | November 3, 2012

For U.S. Operators, charging someone for a ride in the company jet is a subject thick with claims and counterclaims, ignorance and outright bad behavior.  The arguments are old, but some of the consequences are new.  Today, the IRS may be more likely than the FAA to punish practitioners of any “Part 134 1/2”. Click […]

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