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Professionals pool expertise to deliver flight department course
Instructors on the five-day Financial, Legal and Transactional Tools for Aviation Managers course are leaders in the field of business aviation, and are drawn from Mente Group, Embry-Riddle and Aero Law Group.

Mente Group, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Aero Law Group are collaborating on a course for flight department leaders and managers. The syllabus will be conducted by well-qualified aviation professionals with many years of experience from the three participant organisations.

The week-long learning course, entitled Financial, Legal and Transactional Tools for Aviation Managers, will be conducted December 10-14 in Daytona Beach, Florida. The course is designed to educate aviation managers and potential managers on the intricacies of accounting, budgeting, corporate finances, and the legal and tax issues involved with aircraft acquisition and operation.

"This course is a must attend for those in the industry and those breaking into the corporate flying industry," says Mente Group associate consultant Christopher M. Broyhill. "The week-long curriculum also covers aircraft selection, the transactional process and pitfalls for aircraft acquisition and disposition, and asset life-cycle management."

Other instructors include Cole White, Mente Group VP of strategic consulting, Kevin Austin, founder of Aero Law Group and now of Counsel of the Bellevue, Washington aviation law firm, and professor Bert Zarb and associate professor John Longshore of Embry-Riddle.

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