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Isle of Man Aircraft Registry Marks 15th Anniversary

Isle of Man Aircraft Registry Marks 15th Anniversary

The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry (IOMAR) has celebrated its 15th anniversary since its establishment during which the company has seen growth in both scale and reputation.

The aircraft registry body, with over 1,250 aircraft registered to date, has maintained high regulatory standards that are necessary for operational safety.

“Established initially on a cost neutral basis, the Island’s economy is boosted by the efforts of the Registry, with private sector companies working closely with us to provide extra services and support for the registered aircraft,” said Hon Lawrie Hooper MHK, Minister for the Department for Enterprise.

The IOMAR has noted that it has made progress in updating legislation and publications, enhancing security practices and introducing new services such as fleet approvals, despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and geopolitical conflict.

“Synonymous with high regulatory standards and excellence of customer service, we’re extremely proud to have grown a quality register that is renowned for its speed of service, tailored solutions, dedicated support and international compliance. I’m delighted to be here to celebrate this important anniversary and very much look forward to what opportunities the next 15 years may bring,” said Simon Williams, Director of Civil Aviation.