Jersey and Guernsey: two new Channel Islands aircraft registries
By Brian Johnson
Following the success of the Isle of Man Aircraft Register, the Channel Islands have decided to establish aircraft registers in Guernsey and Jersey. The initial proposal was driven by Guernsey and for a while it looked as though there would be a joint register with Jersey. However, in September Jersey announced that ‘a single registry could not meet the separate operational and commercial interests of both islands. It was therefore decided that each jurisdiction would move ahead with separate plans’. Although there will be two independent registers, the islands will continue to have a joint director of civil aviation…
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