Can a company organized outside the U.S. register a corporate jet in the U.S. in its name?
Can a corporation organized in Delaware, and which is owned by a U.S. citizen, but has a non-U.S. citizen as its President register a corporate jet in the U.S.?
Can a corporation organized in Delaware, but which is owned by a non-U.S. citizen register a corporate jet in the U.S. in its name?
Can a limited partnership with a corporate general partner register a corporate jet in its name in the U.S.?
Do the same registration requirements exist for corporate jets operated in a fractional program?
The corporate jet will be sold under a lease with an option to purchase. Should the aircraft be registered in the name of the lessor or the lessee?
What happens to the aircraft’s registration if the limited liability company (which met the FAA’s definition of U.S. citizen) which owns the aircraft is converted to a limited partnership with a corporate partner?
What is an owner trust?
How to Avoid the Sole Purpose Flight Department Company Trap?
What are Aircraft Charter Agreements?
Company Aircraft Use Policies
What are Cost-Sharing Arrangements?
What are Fractional Interests & Jetcards?
How do joint ownership or co-ownership work?
What is an Aircraft Interchange?
International Aircraft Operations
- importing and exporting aircraft
- cabotage concerns when flying internationally
- European Union’s NCC requirements
Aircraft Management Company Arrangements – Part 91 and Part 135
What is a dry lease?
What is an aircraft timeshare?
Can you Fly Candidates running for Office
Should You Review and Audit aircraft operations
Securities & Exchange Commission
1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange
Federal Income Tax for aircraft
Personal Use/Non-business Use/Entertainment Use of aircraft
State Sales & Use Tax on aircraft
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