Abacus Aviation to attend the IOM Aviation Conference

Abacus Aviation will be attending the 7th Isle of Man Aviation Conference, with the aim of promoting the benefits of using the Isle of Man over other aviation jurisdictions for the purpose of aircraft ownership and registration.

The Isle of Man Aviation Conference is a must-attend for all business aviation industry professionals directly involved in the operation, regulation, financing and ownership of global business jets, and a show case for the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry and related services.

Organised by ICM Aviation at The Villa Marina in Douglas on 22 June, the conference will cover registration and regulation in the business jet industry and will look at business jet finance and tax.

In the evenings of both 21 and 22 June, a number of receptions for all delegates will provide a wonderful opportunity for networking in a relaxed setting and for meeting leading figures from the global aviation industry.

Abacus Aviation will be represented at this year’s event by Paul Watterson, Director. Paul has over 25 years’ experience in Operations, having worked with both domestic and international clients across a diverse range of sectors.

Commenting on the upcoming event, Paul said: “As a versatile jurisdiction and a place that affords importation, ownership and registration, the Island can potentially offer a number of benefits to aircraft owners. This event will be a great opportunity to discuss these benefits and provide information on Abacus’ full range of aircraft ownership services.”

Abacus Aviation services are continually reviewed and shaped to meet the ever changing requirements and regulations of the industry to ensure that the ownership structures we establish and administer are both compliant with current regulations and meet with clients’ specific requirements.”

In order to further discuss the considerable benefits of using the Isle of Man for the purpose of aircraft ownership and registration, please contact Abacus Aviation at +44 1624 689 600.