International lawyers to the aviation industry.
Able To Advise
Based in the heart of Mayfair with a global reach, we provide comprehensive advice to affluent clients from around the world including airlines (passenger and cargo), airport companies, airport operators, airport suppliers, banks, business jet owners, civil aviation authorities, corporate owners, financial institutions, franchisees and contractors, funders, governments and regulators, insurance companies, investors, light aircraft owners, maintenance and repair organisations, manufacturers of aircraft, private and commercial aircraft operators, private individuals, service providers, tour operators, travel companies and private individuals.
Please explore our areas of law for more information on our services.
Clear, Practical Advice
We determine our client’s objectives during the initial meeting, and always work towards our client’s timetable. We enjoy working with our clients and strive to build a lasting relationship, by providing clear, practical advice, across a range of matters such as aircraft finance and leasing, commercial aviation, aviation dispute resolution and regulatory advice.
If you would like to hear more about our aviation law services, please consider getting in touch with us and one of our expert solicitors will be happy to assist you.
Areas Of Law
The aviation industry’s aircraft leasing and financing sectors are subject to extensive regulations, encompassing a convoluted network of global, national and local laws, as well as rules that oversee aircraft ownership, operation, and maintenance.
Navigating the legal and regulatory landscape of aircraft leasing and financing requires industry expertise, and meticulous attention to all relevant factors to achieve compliance and mitigate risk.
Aviation Dispute Resolution law is a niche area of law that focuses on resolving disputes that arise in the aviation industry. This can include disputes related to aircraft ownership and leasing, airport operations, aviation accidents, and other aviation-related matters.
The field incorporates a range of legal tools and strategies, including litigation, arbitration and mediation. This requires a thorough understanding of the legal and regulatory landscape of the aviation industry.
Aviation Insurance law refers to the legal and regulatory framework governing insurance coverage for the aviation industry. This can include coverage for aircraft owners and operators, manufacturers, airports, and other entities involved in aviation operations.
Aviation insurance policies are highly specialised and can vary depending on the type of operation being insured, the level of risk involved and other factors. The field of aviation insurance law requires a deep understanding of the unique risks and challenges associated with aviation operations, as well as the legal and regulatory landscape governing insurance in the industry.
Business and private aviation law focuses on legal and regulatory issues related to the use and operation of business and private aircraft. This can include matters related to aircraft ownership, operation, maintenance, as well as issues related to airport and airspace access, regulatory compliance, and liability.
The field of business and private aviation law is diverse and encompasses a range of legal issues and regulations that can vary depending on the jurisdiction, the type of aircraft involved, and the nature of the operation.
Commercial aviation law focuses on the legal and regulatory framework governing the commercial operation of aircraft. This can include issues related to safety regulations, liability, air traffic control, environmental regulations and competition law.
The commercial aviation industry is highly regulated, and commercial airline operators must comply with a wide range of international, national, and local regulations to ensure the safety of passengers and crew, protect the environment and ensure fair competition.
The field of commercial aviation law is complex and constantly evolving, requiring an up to date understanding of the legal and regulatory landscape governing the commercial aviation industry.
Aviation regulatory advice focuses on providing guidance and support to individuals and organisations involved in the aviation industry.
The goal of aviation regulatory advice is to help organisations navigate the complex regulatory landscape of the aviation industry, while ensuring compliance and minimising risk.
This can include airlines, airports, aircraft manufacturers, and other stakeholders who are subject to a wide range of national and international regulations governing the aviation industry.