DCTS are pleased to be the prime sponsor of the Aeropodium conference: How to Manage your Holding and Operational Structures and Liabilities under Part-NCC
The conference takes place in London on Monday 14th March.
Several members of the DCTS team will be present.
The conference is intended for business aircraft owners and their representatives:
Who have not yet determined how and by whom their aircraft will be operated under Part-NCC as from 25th August 2016
Who intend to continue to operate their aircraft by themselves but do not have yet reorganized their holding and/or operational structure in order to make them compliant with the new regulation
Who want to know how to optimize their existing structure
This conference will offer them the opportunity to understand the challenges of the new regulation for their future operations, explore various options and discuss possible solutions.
Joel Hencks, EASA Regulatory Expert, AeroEx.eu
EASA regulatory overview and new obligations for business aircraft owners including the status of non-EASA registered aircraft based in EASA countries
Part NCC, Part ORO and SMS implementation – Summary of some operational and practical aspects
Scope and impact of some legal notions - commercial vs non-commercial/operator and operational control/Principal place of business
Operational options available to owners after 25th August 2016 - Who is the operator? Who is liable, and for what? Different types of liability
What to consider in the setting up of the operational structure - complex and non-complex operators / who does what / contractual & liability issues
Aircraft holding structure and operational structure: Should they be different? What factors will determine where to set up the operational structure/Tax, customs, employment and other issues
Setting up the corporate and/or operational structure(s): Practical cases - Part I - The Belgian Case
Setting up the corporate and/or operational structure(s): Practical cases - Part II - The Isle of Man Case
Setting up the corporate and/or operational structure(s): Practical cases – Part III - The Swiss Case
Part-NCC from the insurer's perspective: What to insure and how?