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CD&P: Coming Of The Jet Age In Bermuda

CD&P: Coming Of The Jet Age In Bermuda

Bermuda is at the “forefront of a global resurgence in aviation finance and has become the jurisdiction of choice for such transactions,” according to a director at a leading Bermuda law firm. Julie McLean, a director in the Bermuda office of Conyers Dill & Pearman, said that offshore transactions involving aircraft lessor initial public... Read more of this article

Crashed Russian Plane Registered In Bermuda

Crashed Russian Plane Registered In Bermuda

The Tatarstan Airline which crashed in Russia on November 17th was registered in Bermuda, the Department of Civil Aviation has confirmed. Fifty people died after the Boeing 737 crashed while attempting to land at the international airport of Kazan, the capital of the republic of Tatarstan. There were 44 passengers and six crew on board, among them... Read more of this article

Minister: Aviation Policy Consultative Conference

Minister: Aviation Policy Consultative Conference

Minister of Economic Development Dr Grant Gibbons, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Economic Development and Governor George Fergusson attended the inaugural Aviation Policy Consultative Conference [APCC] on May 16th in London. The Governors of Anguilla, BVI, Falkland Islands, Montserrat and Turks & Caicos were in attendance as well as... Read more of this article

Ultimate Vanity Plate: Bermuda Jet Tail Number

Ultimate Vanity Plate: Bermuda Jet Tail Number

Owning a private jet has long been considered one of the ultimate status symbols — but now having a Bermuda vanity tail number for one of these aircraft is becoming chic among the rich and famous. The on-line Haute Living.com magazine reports that like a license plate on an automobile, an aircraft registration number, commonly known as a “tail... Read more of this article

Bermuda-Registered Jet Crashes In Russia

Bermuda-Registered Jet Crashes In Russia

[Updated] At least 31 people died in a plane crash in Siberia early on today [Apr.2], Russian officials said, when a Bermuda-registered jet with 43 people aboard went down shortly after takeoff from Tyumen, a regional hub about 1,000 miles from Moscow. The plane, a French-built ATR-72 with 43 people on board, had been scheduled to fly to the Siberian... Read more of this article

Bermuda Certifies ExecuJet Operation

Bermuda Certifies ExecuJet Operation

ExecuJet Australasia’s Australian operation, based at Sydney Airport, has recently been approved by the Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation [DCA] as a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation [CAMO]. ExecuJet Australia is already a Bermuda DCA Approved Maintenance Organisation and having the CAMO adds to the range of services offering... Read more of this article

U.S. Media Reports On Trump’s Bermuda Plane

U.S. Media Reports On Trump’s Bermuda Plane

Numbering on his private jet indicating that real estate tycoon Donald Trump’s plane is registered in Bermuda has caught the attention of some online media outlets in the U.S, especially as Mr Trump is reported to be exploring a possible for run for the Presidency in 2012. When asked if he plans to run for President, the 64-year-old told Fox News... Read more of this article

Premier Opens London Aviation Office

Premier Opens London Aviation Office

Premier Paula Cox is currently overseas participating in the annual Overseas Territories Consultative Council (OTCC) meeting in London, and today [Nov 15] officially opened the Department of Civil Aviation’s London office. Earlier today, Premier Cox joined the Governor, who is also in attendance at the OTCC meetings, and the Director of the Department... Read more of this article

Bermuda Civil Aviation Signs AVISA Contract

Bermuda Civil Aviation Signs AVISA Contract

The Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation (BDCA) has signed a contract with AVISA, the global air safety and maintenance experts, to provide airworthiness assessment and technical services. The contract, the third one between the two entities, will see AVISA supply airworthiness and technical services for the Bermudian-registered fleet of aircraft based... Read more of this article

Premier In UK: Independence, Aircraft, OTCC

Premier In UK: Independence, Aircraft, OTCC

Premier Dr Ewart Brown today [June 24] engaged in a series of meetings in London highlighted by a session with the newly appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State Henry Bellingham. The two, pictured below, discussed issues ranging from independence to the venues for future OTCC meetingsPremier Brown said: I thought the meeting was the most... Read more of this article

Two Former Aviation Directors: Registry Is Fine

Two Former Aviation Directors: Registry Is Fine

Two former Directors of the Department of Civil Aviation [DCA] have spoken out, saying Bermuda’s Aircraft Registry management is more then adequate. Both Ian Macintyre [Director from 1999-2007] and Herman Tucker [Director from 1994 – 1999] have spoken confidently on the management, with Mr Tucker saying “The political sparring currently... Read more of this article

Premier Brown’s Statements: India and Russia

Premier Brown’s Statements: India and Russia

Below follows the full Ministerial Statements from Premier Dr. Ewart Brown on the Indian movie to be filmed in Bermuda, and his recent trip to Russia to deal with matters relating to Bermuda’s Aircraft Registry from the debate on the House of Assembly today [May 14]: Statement on the Indian movie to be partly-filmed in Bermuda: Mr. Speaker, honourable... Read more of this article

UBP: UK Peeved By Lack of Oversight Capacity

UBP: UK Peeved By Lack of Oversight Capacity

Saying that the Premier is using “spin” to “deflect attention from the Government’s failure to sufficiently staff the registry”, the UBP has said that the “lack of oversight capacity is the nub of the UK Government’s concerns given that it has contingent liability for Bermuda’s international obligations.” “Irresponsible... Read more of this article