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This year the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry is celebrating 10 years of service, with over 952 aircraft registered to date.
The Isle of Man Civil Aviation Administration has issued a consultation on a Bill to amend the Aviation and Civil Aviation Act 1987 which would provide the ability to make secondary legislation to meet the Island's international obligations in respect of civil aviation and to regulate the Island's civil aviation in general.
The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry will be represented at EBACE 2017 by Simon Williams, Director of Civil Aviation and Adrian Tickle, Flight Operations Technical Manager. They will be in attendance throughout the three days of the event and if you would like to arrange a meeting, please email.
The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry has been named Best Global Aviation Registry in World Commerce Review Magazine’s 2017 awards. The World Commerce Review award panel considered product innovation, on-going customer support, and best practice criteria.
Isle of Man Aircraft Registry's (IOMAR) Safety Matters No: 01/17 has now been published. The publication contains a wide range of topics covering safety information for owners, operators, flight crew and maintenance organisations of Isle of Man registered aircraft.
Isle of Man Civil Aviation Administration and UK Civil Aviation Authority reach agreement regarding Part-SPA Approvals for Part-NCC operators
A Letter of Understanding (LoU) has been signed by the Isle of Man Civil Aviation Administration (IOMCAA) Director of Civil Aviation and the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA) Group Director, Safety & Airspace Regulation.
As guidance to aircraft operators, the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry has published Registry Publication 58 which lists some typical first aid items that they may wish to consider to be carried on-board an ‘M’ registered aircraft.
The Isle of Man Government has awarded a 10 year contract to aviation safety consultancy company Baines Simmons to provide ongoing aviation support services to the Aircraft Registry.
ICAO have published a new guide on fatigue management specifically for GA operators of large and turbojet aeroplanes.
The Air Navigation (Isle of Man)(Amendment) Order 2016 (SI 2016 No.155) was made on 10 February 2016 and will come into operation on 1 May 2016.
EASA confirm that a CAMO is not required for European NCC operators of Isle of Man registered aircraft
European Implementing rules for continuing airworthiness (EU) 2014/1321 do not apply to European NCC operators for third-country registered aircraft.