Bermuda aviation standards are ahead of the curve
By Clive Langley and Jamie Rego
The aviation industry — in particular the private category market — is once again proving to be a bourgeoning sector of the global economy following the effects of the 2008 financial crisis.
Enhanced regulation of safety standards has become an important focal point of lawmakers and regulators in many jurisdictions worldwide.
Bermuda is arguably ahead of this trend as flight operations standards that are currently required for Bermuda aircraft operators now represent a benchmark for other jurisdictions to meet…
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