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Aircraft Finance: Recent Developments and Prospects confronts the burning issues in the turbulent world of the airline industry. The book combines selections of presentations from the First and Second De Brauw Blackstone and Westbroek Aircraft Finance Conferences, held in January 1992 and 1995, respectively.
It deals with the legal and tax aspects of aircraft finance transaction in six European jurisdictions: France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Belgium and the Netherlands. All presentations have been reviewed and updated by the authors.
Issues raised include funding sources, security rights, aircraft leasing and the effect of the EC licensing regulation. Furthermore, it contains two selections dealing with the outlook for the aviation industry and the aircraft finance market.
Aircraft Finance: Recent Developments and Prospects provides practical answers to complex legal issues for lawyers, financiers, airlines, lease companies and aircraft manufacturers.
|Selected pitfalls and booby-traps in aircraft finance||1|
|Review of important funding sources||23|
|Aspects of aircraft leasing in Germany||33|
|Prospects for the aviation industry; has the recession ended?||53|
|Security rights in aircraft and engines under Netherlands law||71|
|An overview of aircraft leasing in Spain||83|
|Recent developments in tax law||95|
|Legal aspects of aircraft finance in Sweden||103|
|Highlighting various tax and security law aspects of aircraft financing - France||109|
|The third EC aviation package: its impact on the leasing industry||117|
|Security rights in aircraft under Belgian law||127|
|The Role of the notary under the laws of the Netherlands with respect to the transfer of title and encumbrance of registered aircraft||139|
|Relevant EC-law topics||149|