Singapore’s Aircraft Leasing Scheme provides for a concessionary tax rate on income derived from aircraft and aircraft engine leasing and exemption from withholding tax on qualifying loans
() announced that its main operating subsidiaries have been granted a further 5-year tax incentive in Singapore under the Aircraft Leasing Scheme.
The commercial passenger aircraft leasing company pointed out that it has its headquarters in Singapore and the majority of the group's operations will benefit from this tax incentive, subject to meeting applicable terms and conditions.
The group noted that Singapore’s Aircraft Leasing Scheme provides for a concessionary tax rate on income derived from aircraft and aircraft engine leasing and exemption from withholding tax on qualifying loans.
The 5-year renewal period for the incentive commenced on 17 April 2019.
Avation's Executive chairman, Jeff Chatfield commented: "We are pleased to have successfully renewed our membership of Singapore's Aircraft Leasing Scheme which provides substantial tax benefits to the group."
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