Holding an aircraft in a corporate vehicle can offer significant advantages and IQE can work with lawyers and tax advisers to implement the structure required. IQE works with the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry to arrange the registration in a relatively short time frame. IQE also works with experts in the field of aircraft management to ensure that your high value asset is properly maintained.
In a recent transaction IQE assisted in the delivery of a new US$50m corporate business jet, for a multi-national corporate group's own business use. The Dassault Falcon aircraft touched down in the Isle of Man for inspection and completion of relevant paperwork, prior to undertaking its first business flight.
IQE offers a range of aviation services that include the establishment of a corporate vehicle, aircraft registration and ongoing corporate management of the holding company.
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I work with a number of Corporate Service Providers across several jurisdictions and would have no hesitation in saying that IQE have proved, on numerous occasions to be both the most efficient and professional of them all. IQE has provided a comprehensive service at a consistently high level despite having to deal with some very sensitive cultural complexities reflecting our area of operations. All of the staff have been extremely helpful and will go out of their way to accommodate us. John Bourbon, MSc, FCIB, FCol Charterd FCSI,
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