Search
Searching Content indexed under Transport by Appleby   ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1  
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
Host Of The America's Cup 2017
Kiernan Bell, Bermuda Managing Partner at Appleby, talks about what the America's Cup will bring to Bermuda when the Island hosts the world's major premier sailing event in 2017.
Bermuda
22 Jun 2015
2
Appleby Aviation Team To Attend Leading Industry Exhibition
Appleby's dedicated aviation team will again be attending the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva from 19 to 21 May...
Bermuda
22 Apr 2015
3
New ICAO Regulations Will Make Private Aviation More Professional
Introduced in 1964, the Learjet 23, the world‟s first purpose-built private jet, was classed by aviation regulators under the category of General Aviation‟, with very few restrictions in the way it was operated.
Isle of Man
22 Apr 2015
4
Guide To Aircraft Registration And Finance In Bermuda
Aircraft owners and operators view Bermuda as a jurisdiction of choice for aircraft registration and aircraft financing transactions.
Bermuda
4 Nov 2014
5
The British Crown Dependencies - Ready For Take Off!
The British Crown Dependencies are self-governing possessions of the British Crown and distinct from the UK Overseas Territories.
Isle of Man
15 Jul 2014
6
Jersey And Guernsey, Two New Channel Islands Aircraft Registries
Following the success of the Isle of Man Aircraft Register, the Channel Islands have decided to establish aircraft registers in Guernsey and Jersey.
Jersey
7 Nov 2013
7
Future Changes To Isle Of Man Aviation Legislation
The International Civil Aviation Organisation has made changes to their International Standards and Recommended Practices contained in Annex 6, Part II.
Isle of Man
26 Sep 2012
8
A Comparative Analysis Of Security Registration Requirements In Offshore Jurisdictions
This article compares the laws of five offshore jurisdictions – Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Jersey, Mauritius and the British Virgin Islands (BVI) – concerning the registration of charges created over assets of companies (not including charges over land within the offshore territories, ships or aircraft).
Hong Kong
27 Jul 2009
9
The Red Ensign Of The Cayman Islands – Still The Flag Of Choice
The Cayman Islands flag, the prestigious British red ensign, continues to be the flag of choice for superyacht owners globally – and is quickly becoming the preferred choice for commercial vessel owners as well.
Cayman Islands
24 Jul 2009
10
Aircraft Finance In Asian Markets
The growth and expansion of the Asian aviation market has been well served by Appleby's Hong Kong office, which has long been recognised for its expertise in aircraft finance law.
Hong Kong
18 Dec 2008
11
BVI Shipping Registry Upgrades To Category One
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) Government has recently announced that following a three-year review programme of technical upgrades, the BVI has successfully met the Red Ensign Group’s (REG) Category One standards which will enable them to register large cargo vessels of unlimited tonnage and mega yachts of up to 3,000 gross tons.
British Virgin Islands
 
26 Jul 2007
Links to Result pages
 
1