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Ten Reasons To Register An Aircraft In The Cayman Islands
We have highlighted below ten of the key reasons owners, financiers and operators regard the Cayman Islands as the jurisdiction of choice for aircraft registrations
Cayman Islands
31 May 2019
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EU ETS And ICAO CORSIA Update
Since 2012, greenhouse gas emissions from all flights operating in the European Economic Area ("EEA") (domestic and international) have been subject to EU rules
European Union
9 May 2019
3
Impact Of A No-Deal Brexit On The Aviation Industry
What seemed inconceivable until a few months ago now appears (even in light of the recent spate of House of Commons votes) a real possibility – a no-deal Brexit.
Ireland
27 Mar 2019
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Aviation Law 2019, 7th Edition - Ireland
Donna Ager and Mary Dunne recently contributed to the Irish chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Aviation Law 2019 where they gave a comprehensive update on aviation laws and regulations in Ireland.
Ireland
13 Mar 2019
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Aviation Law 2019: Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands are a British Overseas Territory. The Secretary of State of the United Kingdom government takes lead responsibility for ensuring that the Cayman Islands comply with the obligations of...
Cayman Islands
20 Feb 2019
6
Aviation Law 2019
The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport ("DOTTS"), is the Government department responsible for aviation policy in Ireland.
Ireland
5 Feb 2019
7
Maples Group Acts On Aircraft Securitisation For Sapphire Aviation Finance
Maples and Calder advised Sapphire Aviation Finance I Limited, as issuer, and Avolon Aerospace Leasing Limited, as seller, as to Cayman Islands and Irish law in connection with a US$768.4 million offering...
Cayman Islands
2 May 2018
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EETCs: A Viable Financing Option For US And Non-US Airlines Alike?
IN SIMPLE TERMS, EETCs are corporate debt securities, typically issued by airlines.
Cayman Islands
25 Apr 2018
9
Seven Reasons To Register An Aircraft In The Cayman Islands
We have highlighted below seven of the key reasons owners, financiers and operators regard the Cayman Islands as the jurisdiction of choice for aircraft registrations.
Cayman Islands
28 Mar 2018
10
Cayman Islands AOC: Principal Place Of Business Requirements Through CEC
This article summarises the requirements for the issuance of an air operator's certificate permitting an aircraft registered with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands to fly for the purpose...
Cayman Islands
14 Mar 2018
11
Aviation Law 2018 (Ireland)
The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport ("DOTTS"), is the Government department responsible for aviation policy in Ireland. It has established the following entities to assist it in carrying out its functions:
Ireland
19 Jan 2018
12
The Aviation Law Review (Fifth Edition)
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) is responsible for the regulation of the aviation industry within the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands
21 Sep 2017
13
Alternative A Insolvency Remedy Under The Cape Town Convention Adopted By Ireland
Alternative A of the Cape Town Convention now has the force of law in Ireland, following signing of an Order by the Irish Government on 10 May 2017
Ireland
15 May 2017
14
Cayman Enterprise City Launches Aviation Services Park
Cayman Enterprise City continues to expand the types of businesses that are eligible to be registered within its special economic zone.
Cayman Islands
13 Apr 2017
15
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Aviation Law 2017
Please list and briefly describe the principal legislation and regulatory bodies which apply to and/ or regulate aviation in your jurisdiction...
Ireland
1 Mar 2017
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The Aviation Law Review
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) is responsible for the regulation of the aviation industry within the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands
17 Oct 2016
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Maples and Calder Recognised for Seven Airfinance Deal of the Year Awards
Maples and Calder is a leading international law firm advising financial, institutional, business and private clients around the world on the laws of the Cayman Islands, Ireland and the British Virgin Islands.
Cayman Islands
5 May 2016
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International Comparative Legal Guide To Aviation Law 2016, 4th Edition
In this chapter, Donna Ager, Mary Dunne and Brian Clarke provide an analysis of the Aviation landscape in Ireland and examine recent legal and regulatory developments.
Ireland
17 Feb 2016
19
ABS And Cayman Incorporated Irish Tax Resident Vehicles In Aviation Deals
In this article Jonathon Meloy, Donna Ager, Barnabas Finnigan, Stephen O'Donnell and Phillip Hinds examine why so many aircraft ABS transactions have been structured around a Cayman Islands Incorporated special purpose vehicle...
Cayman Islands
22 Oct 2015
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National Aviation Policy For Ireland Launched
Development of the Policy began in December 2012 with the final paper including extensive input from various stakeholders and associated industries.
Ireland
14 Sep 2015
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