All Systems Go as Cavendish Aviation makes Final Preparations for EBACE (Booth 1850)

May 2, 2013 By

Cavendish Aviation, the specialist aviation services division of Cavendish Trust has EBACE 2013 firmly in its sights.

In recent years, Cavendish has been a regular exhibitor at the showcase event, which takes place in Geneva from May 21-23, seeing it as a key part of the company’s global business operation.

The Company acts for aviation clients across the world, delivering comprehensive, high quality administration and management for all types of aircraft and international aircraft ownership structures. The team’s expertise extends to providing technical advice connected to the registration and ongoing management of private aircraft, as well as all issues relating to EU importation and the on-going management of VAT registered aircraft.

Allied to Cavendish’s profile within the aviation sector has been the continuing success of the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry, the world’s fastest growing Register, which now has 600 aircraft under its name.

“I would struggle to find a more effective jurisdiction anywhere in the world to register an aircraft than the Isle of Man and we are pleased to play our part in increasing awareness of the benefits available in the Isle of Man by exhibiting at EBACE and other niche market exhibitions throughout the year,” said Cavendish Trust Managing Director James Cunningham-Davis, who will again be heading the company’s delegation at EBACE.

The Cavendish Aviation team in Geneva will be completed by Client Services Manager Kieron Walls. Cavendish Aviation will be exhibiting at Booth 1850.

For anyone who would like to make an appointment with Cavendish at EBACE, or for further information, contact: