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With detailed knowledge of FAA regulations and an in-depth understanding of aviation law and operational issues, our contributors provide educational information to help you and your legal advisors navigate the legal and tax complexities of aircraft ownership and operations.

Aviation Law

Home Aviation Law
With detailed knowledge of FAA regulations and an in-depth understanding of aviation law and operational issues, our contributors provide educational information to help you and your legal advisors navigate the legal and tax complexities of aircraft ownership and operations.

Who Should Own Your Aircraft?

You’ve convinced your business partner that your business deserves its own aircraft. You agree that if you can manage it financially, you’d prefer not...

Keep Your Business Your Business

Pilots Talk. Besides paperwork, there’s not a lot else to do when they’re required to remain onsite at the FBO – often for an...

Covering Your Tail

There are many reasons why you originally selected the N-Number for your current aircraft: to incorporate your or your company’s initials, the aircraft serial...

Less Vexation for Aviation Taxation

While both business aviation and taxes benefit local economies, some states choose taxation over aviation. Policies that encourage owners to hangar and maintain their...

Who’s In Charge Here?

Should the 7.5% Federal Excise Tax (FET), which applies to airline tickets and charter, also apply to fees paid to fractional aircraft and business...

Rulings From the FAR Side

Aspiring aerial Ubers Airpooler and Flytenow may have met their match in FAA regulations. In August, the FAA ruled that the two flight scheduling...