The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands will exhibit for the fourth consecutive time at EBACE 2009 – the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition, in Geneva Switzerland from 12 to 14 May this year.
The CAA will exhibit in order to promote the Cayman Islands Aircraft Registry to appropriate audiences, according to a press release.
The Cayman Islands Aircraft Registry continues to be an increasingly attractive registry of choice for foreign individuals and corporations, the release noted.
With approximately 173 planes registered in the private aircraft category, (such as Gulfstream, Boeing Business Jets, Airbus, Embraer, Dassault Falcon, Cessna) aircraft owners and brokers have voiced their pleasure at the process of registration on the Cayman Islands Aircraft Registry.
Functions of the CAA’s Air Safety Regulation staff who manage the registration process include stringent safety and technical standards with rigid airworthiness inspections and validations of flight personnel licenses. The staff also liaises with legal and financial professionals in the industry who are familiar with registering mortgages and finding adequate solutions to most clients’ questions and situations.
Joining the CAA to speak to this highly affluent audience, will be experts on registration of shipping vessels and yachts from the Cayman Islands Shipping Registry, as well having general destination information from the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.