The Channel Island of Jersey has today announced that it is to develop and launch its own aircraft register.
The announcement comes just days before the official launch of an aircraft register in the neighbouring Channel Island of Guernsey.
The two islands were working towards establishing a joint Channel Islands aircraft registry but talks recently broke down.
The Jersey aircraft registry will launch next summer into what is an arguably overcrowded market competing for a relatively limited number of privately operated jet aircraft requiring a neutral 'flag of convenience' register.
Oceanskies as specialists in the registration of corporate and privately operated business jet and turbine aircraft in all leading jurisdictions encourage owners, their advisers and any intermediary who might be considering options for the registration of their aircraft or be in the process of reviewing their existing aircraft registration to contact either Duncan Swanson or Tom Becker to discuss potential options.
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