AOPA Aviation Finance Company
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Article | Sep 23, 2013
There are sound financial reasons for aircraft ownership. Beyond the money saved on overnight trips, delays caused by airlines, and other miscellaneous expenses, owning an airplane has definite tax advantages.
Article | Aug 06, 2013
You have probably noticed the initials LLC on your lawyer's or other professional's business card. What you may not have considered is that an LLC may be the best way to go if you are buying an airplane in partnership with another person or group of people.
Article | Jul 22, 2013
AirVenture attendees can get aircraft finance information and enter to win an iPad Mini loaded with a one-year free subscription to FlyQ EFB.
Article | Jul 08, 2013
AOPA Aviation Finance Co. offers members five reasons why buying a business aircraft is a good idea.
Article | Jun 20, 2013
Many pilots prefer to pay cash for an airplane. Sounds admirable, but economics suggest that it may be time to take a second look and consider whether financing an aircraft purchase is a better alternative for you.
Article | Jun 03, 2013
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) launched an expansive new aviation finance company today that will give AOPA members greater access to lending options for aircraft purchases and avionics upgrades.
Article | Jun 03, 2013
AOPA launched an expansive new aviation finance company June 3 that will give AOPA members greater access to lending options for aircraft purchases and avionics upgrades.
Article | May 15, 2013
Aviation, maintenance, repair, and overhaul businesses in Colorado are now eligible for the state's existing $1,200-per-new-employee income tax credit for aircraft manufacturing firms.
Article | Apr 16, 2013
A Colorado bill that could boost job growth in the aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) business has passed the House and is headed for action in the state Senate, where AOPA and other industry supporters are urging speedy passage. House Bill 13-1080 would expand an existing state income tax credit of $1,200 per new employee to MRO companies.
Advocacy | Dec 18, 2012
AOPA’s new regional managers worked with headquarters staff to defend pilots’ access to airports, promote tax and economic policies that keep the general aviation industry healthy, and keep the skies safe for GA pilots.
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