Business aviation advocates are becoming increasingly concerned over an apparent effort by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to expand the applicability of the 7.5% passenger ticket tax to what they believe are noncommercial activities and worry that the most recent efforts could dramatically change aircraft management and cause many management companies to go out of business. The National Business Aviation Association and National Air Transportation Association have voiced strong ...
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