IoM Sixth Largest Aircraft Registry After A Decade
by Amanda Banks, Lowtax.net, London
21 July, 2017
The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry is now the sixth largest international private business aviation registry in the world, with over 952 aircraft registered to date, according to a recent statement by the Registry.
The milestone has been achieved in just 10 years since its launch in 2007.
The Registry says it is focused on maintaining this momentum through continued improvements to customer service, a complete rebrand process, and the development of a new website, which is due to be online by late summer.
Martyn Perkins, the island's member of parliament with responsibility for the Aircraft Registry, commented: "The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry is truly a first-class registry, being the sixth largest international private business aviation registry in the world and home to hundreds of corporate aircraft. The island's economy is boosted by the efforts of the Aircraft Registry, with private sector companies working closely with us to provide extra services and support for the registered aircraft."
See all of today's news