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The Difference between Filed and Recorded FAA Documents & Why it Matters

There is a difference between the filing and recording of documents at the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA), and it matters when it comes to properly registering your aircraft in trust. This article explores the differences between the two and the effects both unrecorded and improperly recorded documents can have on an aircraft’s title and therefore registration in the U.S.

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New Agent for Aircraft Guaranty Corporation – Jan-Peter Fischer of CD Aircraft

Aircraft Guaranty Corporation (AGC), one of the most respected and trusted worldwide trustee services in the aviation industry, is pleased to announce that Jan-Peter Fischer of CD Aircraft is their new representative in Germany. AGC provides a safe and legal way to register aircraft in trust, with offices in 22 countries around the world, and is proud to add Mr. Fischer as their latest agent in Germany.

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The History behind the International Registry

The concept of multi-country international laws governing the financing of aircraft was the brainchild of Jeffrey Wool, who understood the global nature of airline financing and knew that more favorable international laws were needed to encourage investment in startup airlines.

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OIG Reports on FAA Registry Update – What Does it Mean?

There are changes ahead that will modernize the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) – bringing it up to date with the latest technology and security measures. One of the key updates will be to the registry system, which is vital for ensuring aircraft are legally owned, maintained, and operated.

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How Brexit Could Affect European Aviation Operations for US Registered Aircraft

Brexit is undoubtedly a considerable topic with worldwide implications – people from all corners have been surmising at length – what will take place and when? Meanwhile, negotiations continue with no clear end in sight. The United Kingdom was due to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019, but that has now been extended to October of 2019.

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