San Marino Registry Records 43rd Aircraft in Three Months

AINalerts » February 28, 2013
February 28, 2013, 2:40 PM

The San Marino Aircraft Registry secured the registration of a Pilatus PC-12 owned by a major Swiss company this week, marking the 43rd aircraft to be recorded at the registry, which made its debut in December at MEBA. Under new laws recently passed by the government of San Marino, it is now possible for aircraft to be registered in the principality under the name of the owner, ensuring that the process is completely transparent. In addition, registering an aircraft in San Marino allows for trouble-free operations throughout Europe and ensures compliance with all European tax requirements.

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Papa Delta
on April 2, 2013 - 6:40am

SMR Registry has 40 aircrafts at all. Most of them are ultralights. It exist since 2004

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