Private jet charter brokers must offer refunds when not disclosing operator

private jet at airport

If your jet charter broker doesn’t provide the operator when you sign the charter contract, you are entitled to a refund when that information is given

The U.S. Transportation Department has clarified the now two-year-old rules covering disclosures required by private jet charter brokers. The response to an inquiry by the National Business Aviation Association underscores consumer rights. At the same time, it affirms brokers are allowed to contract with consumers before securing an operator.

Private jet trade groups cancel European EBACE 2021; plan for a virtual event

EBACE 2021

NBAA and EBAA are canceling the annual European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition planned for May in Geneva with plans for a virtual version of EBACE

While private aviation continues its rebound, the industry is still being impacted by the pandemic. Due to the continuing COVID-19 crisis, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) today announced the cancellation of the 2021 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2021).

NBAA’s Bolen says private jets set for a sustainable rebound in 2021

sustainable aviation fuels

The CEO of the National Business Aviation Association says a post-COVID business travel recovery, new customers and increased availability of sustainable aviation fuel offers a positive outlook for private aviation

Crediting the CARES Act for “helping companies survive and general aviation airports to have operating money,” National Business Aviation Association CEO Ed Bolen last week told the Asset Insight podcast business aviation is well-positioned.

Private jet charters left off Federal Excise Tax holiday extension by Congress

FET tax holiday

The 7.5% FET holiday on private jet charters and jet cards is set to expire Dec. 31 and isn’t being extended by Congress in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021

According to an analysis of the 5,593 pages of the House amendment to the Senate amendment of H.R. 133, or the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, there’s good news and bad news.

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