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The new register offers the benefits of a gold-standard onshore EASA jurisdiction and is designed for full compliance with current and forthcoming EASA regulations including Part NCC. The new registration marks consist of “EJ-“ plus four letters, allowing for a wider range of personalised registrations.
Working with industry-leading tax and legal partners, Shannon Airport’s International Aviation Services Centre (IASC) offers a cost-effective one-stop shop for aircraft owners, operators and financiers seeking to benefit from the advantages of the EJ register.
Shannon, with its tax-efficient Free Zone, is designated by the Irish Government as the national Centre of Excellence for Corporate and Business Aviation and is already a major transit stop for corporate aircraft and the only airport outside the Americas offering US CBP pre-clearance to corporate aircraft passengers.
Tony Merrigan, Head of Customer Relations at the Irish Aviation Authority said "The EJ register draws on Ireland’s superb reputation in aviation regulation and air finance, and IASC at Shannon is ideally qualified to provide a seamless support service to ensure the EJ register’s success."
Patrick Edmond, Managing Director of IASC at Shannon said "Ireland already has a worldwide reputation as a leading airfinance jurisdiction, and the Irish Aviation Authority is a world-leading regulator. The EJ register combines these strengths for the corporate aviation space and delivers an onshore EASA register which is guaranteed fully compliant with Part NCC. it’s truly the new gold standard.
And with our best-in-class partners, Shannon is the obvious choice for ensuring fast and tax-efficient EJ registration. We will be showcasing the new EJ register at the European Business and Corporate Aviation Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva from May 19-21."
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