For the sixth consecutive year Appleby attended the European
Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE),
Europe’s largest and most important business aviation trade
show, and Eleanor Dangerfield represented the Isle of Man office as
one of Appleby’s global team of experts.
EBACE was jointly hosted by the European Business Aviation
Association and the National Business Aviation Association at
Geneva’s Palexpo conference centre from 24 to 26 May 2016,
showcasing hundreds of exhibiting companies and a static display of
nearly 60 aircraft. Eleanor Dangerfield (left) from Appleby, one of
the world’s leading offshore law firms, was among 13,000
business aviation professionals from more than 100 countries who
As well as providing a platform for leading industry
professionals to network and do business, EBACE also provides the
opportunity to hear directly from leading voices in aviation on key
topics and issues. These included the impact of the Zika virus on
the aviation sector and what procedures business aircraft operators
should have in place; and how to attract young professionals into
the growing business aviation industry to fill a skills
Eleanor, from Appleby Isle of Man’s Corporate department,
commented: “Conventions such as these are a key opportunity
to keep up to date with significant European industry topics and
with the key business professionals.
“EBACE was also an opportunity to outline Appleby’s
high quality services to existing and new clients from around the
world. We have offices in the aircraft registry locations of
Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, the Isle of Man and Jersey
with extensive experience in advising on aircraft transactions and
regulation. In particular, the Isle of Man has long been the
domicile of choice for financing and registering private aircraft
and combined with our presence in key jurisdictions and global
experitise in the field means Appleby is ideally placed to assist
clients with aviation matters.”
Article first published by Isle of Man Portfolio in June
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