To ensure your travel safety, you’ve invested millions in your aircraft. Its annual operating budget likely runs to seven figures. From crew salaries to fuel, maintenance, and catering, there will be more than fifty individual line items, many in the high five figures and more.
That leaves lots of room for error – and in the $77 billion business aviation industry, lots of opportunity for fraud, as well.
In Fraud Alert, Deloitte Forensic Advisors Mike Brodsky and Amy Edwards detail just how and where that opportunity makes you vulnerable to overcharging, and more.
Fortunately, today new tools provide help to manage those expenses. In Shopping for Service?, Andy Nixon describes how technology can help keep those costs in line before they’re incurred.
Business Aviation Advisor's content is presented by experts in all aspects of aircraft management: professionals knowledgeable in operations, legal and regulatory issues, insurance, aircraft finance, human resources, aviation real estate, charter and charter brokers, safety management providers and auditors, and third-party as well as owner aircraft management. These authorities provide Business Aviation Advisor readers with the most current and pertinent information they need to make the most effective and informed decisions about their business aviation investments.