It is estimated that air transportation helps drive around $1.5 trillion in U.S. economic activity, providing over 10 million jobs. This lucrative market offers many international airlines a great incentive and opportunity to improve their financials with the added benefit of expanding their global reach vis-à-vis their worldwide brand recognition by adding more U.S. gateways.
Now that the aviation industry has now relatively stabilized following a sustained period of revenue growth driven by record passenger numbers, the inherent competition that is largely seen in other sectors are now visible in the aviation industry. Especially with the introduction of a new breed of low-cost carriers, the U.S. aviation market is prone to constant and further change. In these robust market conditions, Breeding Olinzock Carter Crippen stands out as a reliable and knowledgeable partner in guiding both national and foreign airlines in their corporate needs at any phase of their corporate existence.
Lawyers at Breeding Olinzock Carter Crippen have great experience in assisting foreign commercial and cargo carriers both with their formation matters for their U.S. operations, while also providing representation before administrative agencies and other courts. Such litigation assistance includes matters before the Transportation Security Administration (“TSA”). (See, TSA Compliance) Our lawyers have exceptional experience in negotiating and drafting charter and wet lease agreements on behalf of our clients.
Our lawyers also have deep knowledge about the federal rules and regulations governing the U.S. aviation industry. Some of our firm’s areas of focus include guiding and assisting national and foreign flag carriers with a myriad of obligations imposed by what is commonly referred as the Fly America Act. (See, Fly America Act Article).
Having already assisted some of the top airlines in the world with their corporate matters, Breeding Olinzock Carter Crippen in Knoxville stands ready to serve your air carrier to clearer skies.