ICM Aviation is pleased to announce that Armando Cairoli, EU ETS Analyst for Eurocontrol is the latest speaker to be confirmed. Armando will talk about the ETS Support Facility to Aircraft Operators, developed by Eurocontrol on behalf of the EU and the Small Emitters Tool.
This means the full list of speakers is confirmed.
Conference sponsor The Private Jet Company has announced that the development of a new executive terminal at the Isle of Man Airport is on schedule and due to open in August. In addition to the main hangar, a sub-structure will house a main passenger terminal, pilot lounge, operations department, board room and company offices.
For further information contact Caly Roberts at email@example.com or +44 (0) 1624 825100.
Plans from the Private Jet Company for the Isle of Man Business Aviation Centre and Executive Terminal, Isle of Man Airport
ICM Aviation is happy to announce that FlyCorporate is the conference media partner.
FlyCorporate EMEA & Asia is dedicated to providing the business aviation industry with a reliable, accurate and informative source of news, reviews, features, statistics and analysis and to provide a global platform for the industry to present their services and solutions, through innovative marketing and communication options.
FlyCorporate EMEA & Asia has a print run of 10,000 issues including a current controlled circulation of 9,428 individual subscribers. The subscription is independently audited by BPA Worldwide to ensure that every single copy is delivered to a genuine subscriber. FlyCorporate EMEA & Asia reaches the key decision makers of successful international corporations, from chief pilots, aircraft owners and operators through to the boardroom.
In addition to this, FlyCorporate EMEA & Asia is proud to have a global distribution partner network which delivers copies directly to customers in FBO lounges and onboard aircraft. FlyCorporate EMEA & Asia is also present at key industry events throughout the year.
For further details please contact Natalya Berdikyan
We are pleased to announce that two more speakers have confirmed their attendance at the conference.
Trevor Esling of Gulfstream and Isabelle Newson of Credit Suisse have both confirmed their participation as speakers. More details to follow soon.
Director of ICM Aviation, Mark Byrne told us:
I am delighted that Trevor and Isabelle are able to join us and indeed all of the speakers and delegates signed up so far. I think we have a very strong speaker list and we will be able to publish the full conference programme soon. We have recently returned from EBACE which was a hectic show for us. There is no doubt that there is huge interest in what the Isle of Man has to offer, from the Aircraft Registry to the numerous corporate, financial and administrative services that professional service providers offer.
For more information:
Aircraft Registry: www.aircraft.im
ICM Aviation: www.i.im
The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry is supporting the 2nd Isle of Man Aviation Conference which focuses on the fact that 2012 promises to be a year of change within the industry.
Hartley Elder, Isle of Man Director of Civil Aviation, is one of the speakers and he plans to outline the changes in legislation over the next 2 years which will bring the Isle of Man into conformity with the revised Standards in ICAO Annex 6 Part II, International General Aviation.
The key changes include the need for a more structured approach to the operation of the aircraft and will include:
- The need for an operations manual, including:
- Flight crew fatigue management (but will NOT include flight time limitations)
- Safety Management Systems (SMS) which can be scaled and is appropriate to the size and complexity of the operation
- The need for a maintenance control manual detailing how the operator will manage the day to day continuing airworthiness needs of the aircraft – this can include delegation of tasks to nominated persons
- The need for an approved Minimum Equipment List (MEL)
Hartley told us:
The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry, as the world’s only dedicated executive jet register, will continue to be pragmatic and practical in our approach to the above changes and will seek to create a bespoke solution for the sector. The registry is proud of its high regulatory standards, high service levels and quality international reputation, aspects which have helped the Registry grow to nearly 500 aircraft in size in only 5 years, and is committed to maintaining these qualities for the benefit of its global customer base.
Contact details for Hartley at the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry are:
Isle of Man Aircraft Registry
St George’s Court
Upper Church Street
Isle of Man IM1 1EX
t: + 44 (0)1624 682358
f: + 44 (0)1624 682355
As a group, Appleby is a leading provider of offshore legal, fiduciary and administration services. With an unparalleled presence in the key offshore jurisdictions of Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Mauritius and the Seychelles, the group offers advice on offshore law. Appleby also has offices in the international financial centres of London, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Zurich.
Over 800 lawyers and professional specialists deliver sophisticated, specialised services, primarily in the areas of Corporate and Commercial, Litigation and Insolvency, Private Client and Trusts and Property. They advise global public and private companies, financial institutions, and high net worth individuals, working with them and their advisers to achieve practical solutions, whether in a single location or across multiple jurisdictions.
Appleby’s Isle of Man office, Appleby (Isle of Man) LLC, has over 100 partners and staff and is one of the longest established legal practices in the island. Its lawyers are consistently ranked in the top tier of legal directories for corporate and commercial as well as litigation and insolvency legal advice.
33-37 Athol Street
Isle of Man
t: +44 (0)1624 647 647
f: +44 (0)1624 620 992
ICM Aviation is pleased to announce that PwC has agreed to sponsor the second aviation conference.
PwC provides accounting and professional services across the whole spectrum of the aviation industry and works globally with many leading aviation companies. In the Isle of Man, PwC specialises in providing direct and indirect taxation advice to aircraft operators, structuring and financing advice to corporate groups related to aircraft ownership as well as relocation and personal taxation planning services to private aircraft owners and their families
In addition, PwC is an EU accredited verifier for annual CO2 emissions reports and helps more than 50 aircraft operators around the world to comply with complex EU laws and regulations related to emissions reporting in a cost-effective way.
Please contact Phil Morris, Gordon Wilson or Jon Whiting on +44 (0) 1624 689689.
Sixty Circular Road
Isle of Man
t: +44 (0) 1624 689689
f: +44 (0) 1624 689690
Marc Bailey, Chief Operating Officer of the BBGA, has confirmed his participation at the Isle of Man conference as a speaker. ICM Aviation welcome this news and are now one step closer to having a full programme of high profile speakers.
Marc Bailey joined the association in 2010, moving from Cobham Aviation Services where he held a number of positions, including head of quality and continuing airworthiness and training.
Marc campaigns on behalf of BBGA members, who come from the professional business and general aviation industry in the UK , to ensure strong representation at a national and international level.
ICM Aviation is happy to welcome a third sponsor on board, The Private Jet Company, based at the Isle of Man Airport.
The Private Jet Company has recently commenced work on a new Business Avaition Centre and Executive Terminal – the Gateway to the Isle of Man!
The terminal will provide:
•Executive Aircraft Handling and Hangarage
•Private Terminal with Executive Lounges and Crew rooms
•Private Parking for Private Jet Clientele
The Private Jet Company has a wealth of aviation experience and currently operates business jets all over the world. The all-embracing nature of the business means everything from advice, sourcing and purchasing aircraft right through to the delivery and operation can be arranged. Services include:
For more details:
+44 (0) 1624 825100
We are pleased to announce we now have several sponsors on board.
The first two to confirm are Lloyds TSB International and Luviair.
Lloyds TSB International provides offshore banking services for the globally mobile, including pilots and employees working in the aviation sector.
Its Premier International Account comes with globally accepted VISA debit cards in Sterling, US Dollars and Euro, and a wide range of useful benefits including 24/7 Internet and PhoneBank, so you can access your money no matter where you are flying to. www.lloydsTSB-offshore.com
Luviair is an Isle of Man based private aviation, operator and management company, specialising in helicopter operations in support of VIP clients and the luxury yachting industry.
Luviair is based in the North of the Isle of Man with operating bases in London, the French Riviera and the French Antilles. The company provides a comprehensive operational and administrative service. Flying the helicopters, monitoring their airworthiness, employing the aircrew, paying the bills and managing the financial investment of their clients. www.luviair.com