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The Official Guide to Aircraft Registration and Tax 2016

The Official Guide to Aircraft Registration and Tax 2016

Corporate Jet Investor’s Official Guide to Aircraft Registration and Tax is a unique resource allowing deal professionals to examine different jurisdictions quickly but with a high level of detail. Written by leading experts, Corporate Jet Investor’s Official Guide to Aircraft

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Cayman Aircraft Registration Guide

Richard Munden and Elaine Kerr of Walkers provide a guide to the Cayman Islands Aircraft Registry. Oversight of civil aviation throughout the Cayman Islands and of aircraft registered in the Cayman Islands is carried out by the Civil Aviation Authority

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Mexico Aircraft Registration Guide

Javier Arreola and Santiago Medina examine how to register and finance an aircraft in Mexico. The market for private aviation in Mexico has grown considerably in the past years. Only in 2014, its fleet of business aircraft grew almost 6%,

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The Official Guide to Aircraft Registration and Tax 2016: Country guides

Aruba Registry: The Aruban Civil Aviation Authority Prefix: P4 Location: Caribbean Country Status: Member of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Aircraft Weight restrictions: 5,700 kg Maximum Age: Aircraft manufactured before 1 January 1980 Aircraft Type Certificate: EASA, FAA, Transport Canada,

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Malta Aircraft Registration Guide

Nicholas Valenzia looks at the key issues involved with registering aircraft in Malta. Aircraft considerations Weight restrictions for jets: Minimum 20kg, no maximum limitations.  Aircraft type issues: None. Age Restrictions: None Notes: Aircraft formerly used for military purposes are not

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Isle of Man Aircraft Registration Guide

The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry has grown quickly since it launched in May 2007. Aircraft considerations Weight restrictions for jets: 5,700kg Maximum Take-off Mass (MTOM) and above.  Aircraft between 2,730kg and 5,700kg may be considered for registration if supported

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Ireland Aircraft Registration Guide

The world’s commercial aircraft finance hub is targeting business jets. The Irish jurisdiction is a global leader for commercial aircraft financing and leasing, and the EI register already counts some 750 heavy transport aircraft, but until now Ireland has been

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Aruba Aircraft Registration Guide

It typically takes between 24 hours and 48 hours to add an aircraft to the Registry of Aruba. Aircraft considerations Weight restrictions for jets: 5,700 kg  Aircraft type issues: EASA, FAA, Transport Canada, & Brazil Age Restrictions: Aircraft manufactured before

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Why the BVI works for business jets

Simon Lawrenson, a partner in the Hong Kong office of Mourant Ozannes, examines the use of the British Virgin Islands as the corporate vehicle of choice for high-net-worth individuals, companies, arrangers and lenders in the acquisition, financing and leasing of

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Why choose to register an aircraft in the Isle of Man?

Why choose to register an aircraft in the Isle of Man?

Stephen Dougherty from DQ Advocates examines the  success of the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry. The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry was created in May 2007 and it is specifically aimed at private and corporate business jets and helicopters. The

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