Mention the term ``aircraft depreciation'' to a group of flight department managers and you'll see the hairs on the necks of more than a few stand straight up. Talk about hot under the collar. Consider the treatment one flight department manager for a Standard&Poor's 50 office equipment manufacturer receives from his corporation's accounting department. For book accounting purposes and for computing internal aircraft chargeback fees to end users, his firm depreciates business aircraft to ...

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