Conklin & De Decker brings aircraft acquisition seminar to Philadelphia
April 3, 2008, Phoenix, AZ - Conklin & de Decker will host the Aircraft Acquisition and Planning Seminar for the first time in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 4-5, 2008.
April 3, 2008 By Carey Fredericks
April 3, 2008, Phoenix, AZ – Conklin & de Decker will host the
Aircraft Acquisition and Planning Seminar for the first time in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 4-5, 2008.
Designed for the manager or aviation professional that is faced with
the need to acquire an aircraft or developing the plan for changing the
aircraft fleet, this 2-day seminar is a must for anyone who needs to
determine the best aircraft for their mission. Attendees will also
learn about the often confusing Federal and State taxes associated with
aircraft acquisitions, depreciation and like-kind exchanges as well as
analyzing the various financing alternatives and ownership structures.
The latest in aircraft valuation and appraisals, insurance and the
importance of a competitive acquisition will also be covered in this
“This is a must attend event for anyone involved in the acquisition and
operation of business aircraft,” commented Nel Stubbs, Conklin & de
Decker co-owner and seminar chairwoman. “We are excited to offer this
seminar in the Northeast corridor this year and have a great group of
experts in their respective fields lined up for this event. Attendees
will learn about all aspects of purchasing and operating an aircraft in
one exceptional program.”
This informative two-day seminar has been approved as part of the NBAA
Professional Development Program (PDP) and is only $995 per person with
a 10% discount if more than one person registers from the same
company. Registration fees include seminar materials, continental
breakfasts, breaks, lunch both days and an evening networking reception.
An additional Aircraft Acquisition and Planning seminar will be held in
Scottsdale, Arizona on December 3-4, 2008. Space is limited so contact
Conklin & de Decker at +1-602-404-1854 to make reservations for