question, we all want a new airplane. In some cases it may simply not be in the
cards financially. For many, however, it may be more of a justification issue.
Here’s where leaseback can help. "Leaseback" is actually what the industry has
come to call management and marketing agreements between aircraft owners and
flight schools. What if you could:
Setting up a leaseback isn’t particularly tricky but with the significant tax
advantages and documentation requirements, we recommend you consult your tax
advisor about details. If you don’t have a tax consultant or your accountant is
unfamiliar with aviation benefits, we know 3 firms that can assist you. Please
contact us and we’ll give you their information.