The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry has launched a new website to better serve existing clients, further raise the Registry’s profile and attract more customers to the Isle of Man.
The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry website has been redesigned to give users an enhanced experience when browsing the site, clearly signposting the Aircraft Registry’s different service offerings. It is also designed to be used across all digital platforms to keep in line with the increasing use of tablets and smartphones for web browsing.
Martyn Perkins MHK, Department Member with responsibility for the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry, commented:
‘Launched in 2007, the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry has grown over the last 10 years to become the sixth largest international private business aviation registry in the world. The Registry’s website has not been updated since launch and was in need of an update to enable it to cater for modern methods of accessing the web and better reflect the Registry’s professional, detailed and high-quality approach to its role as a client focused registrar and regulator.’
Simon Williams, Director of the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry, commented:
‘We are delighted with the new look and feel of the Aircraft Registry website. It is fresh and modern and can be used on-the-go by busy clients with better navigation and a clearer proposition for new customers. The Aircraft Registry has been leading the way in incorporating new online services in line with the Government’s Digital Strategy and the new site offers better integration of these features and the opportunity for future enhancements.’
The new website is available at www.iomaircraftregistry.com
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