The introduction of the Aircraft Registration Act in 2010, with its subsequent amendments, was crucial in allowing our country to develop itself into an aviation hub, setting a strong yet flexible legal framework and thus positioning Malta as an attractive jurisdiction for aircraft registration.
New legislation has breathed new life into Malta’s aviation industry and the country has been steadily building up a cluster of aviation services including maintenance, aircraft management, cargo operations, training, asset financing and slowly but surely, elements of the leasing sector.
The lecturer will be Josephine Farrugia and the event will take place at Binja Laparelli, Central Bank of Malta on Thursday 28th February 2019 at 6.00 pm.
More information may be found on the Central Bank of Malta’s website.
There is free admission; however, registration is required online on firstname.lastname@example.org.
For this public lecture, an ID Card will have to be presented at the door.