Wiliam Fry offer a fully integrated and multi-disciplined approach to our international and domestic clients on all forms of aviation matters including litigation, dispute resolution and disputes relating to the Convention.
Ireland has a long and successful tradition in the aviation sector which spans over forty years. It occupies a leading role in global aviation and is a location of choice for lessors, with 9 of the top 10 global aircraft lessors having a significant presence in Ireland managing over 50% of the world’s commercial aircraft.
The Irish aviation industry has benefited from continued government support, favourable tax treatment for finance and leasing companies and an extensive network of double taxation treaties.
Appropriately, the international registry established pursuant to The Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment is located in Ireland. The Irish High Court is designated as the relevant court for the purposes of the Convention with any proceedings involving the international registry normally issued in the Irish Commercial Court.