Monthly lease payments are treated as expenses. Therefore are many cases they provide a tax advantage for the lessee.
Leasing does not require that you tie up your valuable capital on aircraft assets. Leaving this money available for other business opportunities.
Let us assist you in selecting your next aircraft. CRI can assess your needs; find the aircraft that will meet these requirements. We will take in to consideration Age of the aircraft, maintenance history, operating cost and financial commitment.
CRI can assist you in the sales of aircraft to reduce or restructure your current airline fleet.
CRI can customize your next Metro to meet your operational needs, whether it be passenger, cargo, combi or executive configurations. CRI can also upgrade the aircraft with the latest avionics to meet your changing regulatory requirements.
Fairchild Metroliners are turboprop aircraft manufactured in the San Antonio, Texas from 1970 through 1995.
Turboprop aircraft have the same features of jet airliners, including radar, GPS, IFR avionics, and pressurization. They are designed for shorter flights with better fuel per passenger then jet airliners.