July 4, 2020

Appleby Aviation to attend EBACE 2013

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Appleby’s dedicated Aviation team, Appleby Aviation, will be exhibiting once again this year at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (“EBACE”) in Geneva, from stand 2239.

Brian Johnson, director of operations at Appleby Aviation, will attend the show for the duration, supported by fiduciary manager, Allister Crossley, associate Eleanor Dangerfield and representatives from Appleby’s Cayman Islands office.

“Last year’s event was a great success and, having witnessed an increase in activity since the New Year, we expect the 2013 show to be even busier,” commented Brian.  “EBACE is a key event; not only for Appleby Aviation but also for the Isle of Man as a jurisdiction. Representatives from all aspects of the aviation industry will be there including all the major corporate aircraft manufacturers, international business leaders and government officials. With legal and fiduciary experts manning our stand, Appleby Aviation is uniquely positioned to provide a seamless service to these aviation clients with offshore requirements.”

EBACE is the premier annual meeting place for the European business aviation community. This three-day event features more than 500 exhibits, an incredible static display of aircraft, education sessions and maintenance and operations sessions – all located at the magnificent Palexpo at Geneva International Airport.

Hartley Elder, Isle of Man Director of Civil Aviation said: “The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry continues to go from strength to strength, in spite of the global economic downturn and during the 6 years since our launch, we have  registered over 580 aircraft; 480 are private / corporate aeroplanes and helicopters .” He continued, “With so many representatives from the Island’s aviation sector attending EBACE this year we can truly showcase the Isle of Man’s aviation expertise on an international stage and we look forward to seeing Appleby there.”

Appleby Aviation, like many law and fiduciary businesses on the Isle of Man, has capitalised on the success of offshore aircraft registries by conducting mortgages for banks, arranging EU importations and forming aircraft ownership structures. In spite of the economic downturn, the business aviation industry is growing, with long term forecasts expecting nearly 10,000 new business jet deliveries globally worth approx. $266 billion from 2012 to 2021. Larger business jets, which are a regular feature on the Island’s aircraft registry, are forecast to account for nearly 70% of this figure. With its global footprint, technical expertise and dedicated service team, Appleby Aviation hopes to attract even more business to the Isle of Man at EBACE 2013. To make an appointment to visit the team please contact Brian Johnson, [email protected] or drop by Stand 2239.

Photo – Brian Johnson, Director of Operations at Appleby Aviation and Allister Crossley, Fiduciary Manager at Appleby.

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