|EJ-AWES Bombardier Challenger 605|
On 23rd March the aircraft undertook a series of training flights from Shannon to Belfast International and Cork Airport.
The aircraft positionedShannon Airport to Farnborough via Cork Airport on 27th March.
Graham Williamson CEO Sonas Aviation said "Ireland (with its EJ registry) offers a simple importation and tax environment for owners. It is a renowned and secure legal jurisdiction for financiers and the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) is committed to developing and growing its already strong aviation sector.”
Some of the currently fashionable and established European jurisdictions, such as Malta, are struggling to keep up with the volume of aircraft coming onto their registries,” suggests Graham.
On 26th March The Commission for Aviation Regulation issued a new Operating Licence to Sonas Aviation Limited, to engage in the carriage by air of passengers, mail and/or cargo for remuneration and/or hire.
Sonas is the Irish for Happiness or Good Fortune.
Image courtesy of Paul Daly
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