Empire Aviation (UAE) apre sussidiaria a San Marino

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UAE-based business aviation specialist Empire Aviation (MJE, Dubai Int'l) says its newly established subsidiary - Empire Aviation San Marino - has secured its Air Operators Certificate (AOC) from the Sammarinese Civil Aviation and Maritime Authority (SMCAA).


The certificate will allow the subsidiary to undertake aircraft management as well as commercial charter operations on a global scale regardless of aircraft base. As such, EASM has already opened a dedicated office with several aircraft due to be added to its AOC this and next year.


The microstate is favoured by business aviation operators owing to its adherence to the Cape Town Convention on aircraft ownership, its ease of doing business, as well as its favourable taxation rates.


“We are delighted to become the first Middle East aviation company to be granted an AOC by the San Marino CAA," Paras Dhamecha, Executive Director of Empire Aviation Group, said. "It represents the beginning of the next stage in the company’s evolution and will support the development of our worldwide commercial operations for managed aircraft based outside the UAE. It gives us the flexibility to base and charter our managed aircraft from anywhere in the world. We are already looking at our first aircraft under the San Marino AOC and expect to announce details of this, in the very near future.”


Empire Aviation also holds a United Arab Emirates AOC and manages a fleet of twenty-five business jets based in Dubai, Oman, Nigeria, India, and Hong Kong.

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The certificate will allow the subsidiary to undertake aircraft management as well as commercial charter operations on a global scale regardless of aircraft base. As such, EASM has already opened a dedicated office with several aircraft due to be added to its AOC this and next year.

The microstate is favoured by business aviation operators owing to its adherence to the Cape Town Convention on aircraft ownership, its ease of doing business, as well as its favourable taxation rates.
Ci potrebbero essere interessanti conseguenze, soprattutto nel campo del leasing. A quando le prime matricole RSM-xxxx ?
 

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San Marino sta provando a sviluppare il settore aeronautico -- come può, naturalmente. Lo scorso anno è stata approvata la nuova legge di settore ed il 1 gennaio 2015 è entrato in vigore il Protocollo aeronautico alla Convenzione della Città del capo (che l'Italia ha firmato nel 2001 ma mai ratificato). Per chi fosse interessato, questo è il link al Registro aeronautico sammarinese: http://www.caa-mna.sm/

Auguri!
 

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Ne ho giusto sentito parlare ieri dal responsabile del registro sammarinese: trattasi del secondo CoA del piccolo stato.

Quoto quanto detto da tiefpeck, aggiungendo che lo sta facendo "esternalizzando" tutto: i responsabili con cui ho avuto modo di parlare sono tutto fuorché italiani (men che meno sammarinesi).
 

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