Maine eliminates sales and use tax on aircraft

Effective July 1, Maine, traditionally among the more agressive states when it came to pursuing even temporary visitors for use tax, no longer charges sales or use tax on aircraft, their parts or services. The change resulted in several aviation businesses quickly...

A Bad Idea In Connecticut

Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy wants to close the state deficit by ending tax exemptions on repairs and services to aircraft, and by adding a yearly registration fee to planes stored in the state. This is problematic for general aviation, and for Connecticut...

NBAA’s Handy State Tax Guide

The National Business Avaition Association publishes a very handy “quick reference” tool to state laws concerning aircraft sales and use tax, aircraft registration, fuel tax and related tax issues. This service is free to NBAA members with usernames and...