Steven Quayle, Divisional Director at Cains will be presenting on Isle of Man aircraft structuring at the “Aircraft Owners: How to Manage your Holding and Operational Structures and Liabilities under Part-NCC” conference to be held on Monday 14th March 2016 at the Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel in London.
Part-NCC is an EU regulation that aims to bring the safety level of non-commercial operations closer to the standards required by commercial airlines. The goal is to improve safety by increasing the requirements for operating aircraft in a non-commercial environment.
The conference is targeted at business aircraft owners, operators and lawyers and is intended to give them the opportunity to understand the challenges of Part-NCC for their future operations, explore various options and discuss possible solutions.
Steven says “Whilst the Isle of Man is not a member state of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the additional oversight introduced by EASA’s Part-NCC regime will impact heavily on many operators of Isle of Man registered aircraft. With Part-NCC scheduled to come into effect in August 2016, it’s important that such owners and operators are made aware of the impact of the regulation and how best they can manage any duplication in regulation between the regulation and national registry rules.