Douglas, Isle of Man, United Kingdom, August 04, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The first, at the European Corporate Aviation Summit in Sweden on September 2 and 3, is aimed at business aircraft operators, aircraft owners, manufacturers and all professionals with an interest in the growth of business aviation and future opportunities in Europe.
The second, European Aviation Asset Management which was postponed from April because of the volcanic ash disruption, is in Iceland on September 9 . The Reykjavik seminar will be held in the shadow of the volcano which wreaked so much havoc to flights across the globe. It will explore the latest developments in aviation asset management in Europe as well as the future of asset management services.
“This is a seminar which is designed to provide a platform for high level debate, exchange of ideas and information as well as extensive networking opportunities,” said Mr Byrne. “At both seminars I will be talking about the advantages of the Isle of Man Aircraft Register, Isle of Man ownership companies and other issues including free circulation within the EU.”
The seminars come in the wake of Isle of Man Aircraft Registry opening its aircraft register to airliners that are between airline leases – whether planned or unplanned. The acceptance of these aircraft was publicised by way of a series of seminars presented by ICM Aviation and Martyn Fiddler Associates in association with aviation law firm Gates & Partners and aviation asset management specialists IBA. The registration opportunity is designed for banks, lease companies and operators with aviation assets who are dealing with the potentially lengthy and costly process of repossession.
“In partnership with the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry, ICM together with Gates, IBA and others, offers, a complete package of services and expert assistance in implementing the repossession process through to post recovery disposal of valuable aviation assets,” explained Mr Byrne.