BCAA: The Advantages of Registering in Bermuda

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In this episode, Kyle James and Liam Byrne of the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) share their insights into the advantages of registering an aircraft in Bermuda. The pair also share their thoughts on opportunities for business jet growth in the region, and discuss which countries in the Asia-Pacific region have the most growth potential and why.

Main Content

(00:22-03:55)

Introductions

(03:56-08:27)

COVID-19 challenges

(08:28-11:35)

Who decides where to register an aircraft?

(11:36-16:59)

Advantages to registering with BCAA

(17:00-18:34)

Reasons for targeting the Asia market

(18:35-19:56)

Opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region

(19:57-23:14)

Prospects in 2022

(23:15-25:43)

The future for BCAA

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Aircraft Registries Bermuda VP-V VQ-B

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