- 01 Jun 2022
- Tony Kioussis
- Aviation Podcasts
Tony Kioussis speaks to David Mayer about why should companies have an aircraft use policy and the need for a use policy to cover all company aircraft, fractional shares, and charter aircraft.
In view of the increased number of first-time aircraft buyers and companies lifting travel restrictions imposed during the COVID pandemic, we asked David, Mayer, a Partner at the law firm of Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, to discuss just “who” gets to fly on aircraft operated by a company.
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About David G. Mayer
David’s practice mainly focuses on private aviation and other equipment transactions worldwide. David devotes most of his time to business aircraft matters, including transaction structuring, negotiation, and drafting; federal regulatory compliance; federal and state tax planning, purchases, sales, financing, leasing, risk management, and OEM customer purchases and disputes. His clients include high-wealth and company private jet owners, operators, corporate flight departments, and management companies. He continues to use and build on decades of experience representing lessors, lenders, and other financiers in leasing and secured lending on other personal property. His tasks range from simple to the complex. For aviation, he often starts advising his clients from the beginning of the aircraft experience and lasting throughout the life of ownership, leasing, operation, and disposition of the aircraft.
About Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, LLP
Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, LLP represents clients in matters involving business, commercial, and entertainment law based on years of experience in courtroom trials and negotiations across the U.S. We assist large corporations as well as individuals in a variety of industries, including aviation, energy, entertainment, financial institutions, health care, hospitality, real estate, and retail automobile sales.