The agenda for the 2018 Isle of Man Aviation Conference is confirmed!
The conference will take place on 13th June at the Villa Marina in Douglas, Isle of Man – a must-attend for anyone in the aviation industry.
The conference has one simple mission: to bring business aviation professionals together in a friendly, business-focused environment. Now in our eighth year, we continue to attract an international aviation audience from across the regulation, manufacture, operations, ownership and management sectors. Last year’s conference attracted delegates from 13 countries, representing 89 different companies. This year is set to be the biggest yet!
Graham Williamson will be chairing the conference. Graham is responsible for all TAG Aviation Operations in Europe and the Middle East with more than 70 aircraft operating on multiple registrations; TAG has AOC’s in Britain, Switzerland, Malta and Bahrain.
Graham Williamson (pictured left) commented:
“I am delighted to have been asked to Chair the 2018 Isle of Man Aviation Conference which is one of the highlights of the business aviation year. This is “the” Conference for aviation professionals by aviation professionals and the place where you can share knowledge, share experience and create opportunities.”
The Martyn Fiddler Aviation team have been working hard organising this year’s event and can now release the agenda.
Key topics for discussion are:
Brexit – Overview and Updated
VAT – IOM UK & Beyond (topical issues)
EBBA – How to use your association?
Managing risk, Compliance and Safety
Aviation Carbon Emissions – ETS Corsia
Risk Analysis of Business Aircraft Missions
New or Pre-loved; a sales perspective
Operations – are things changing?
For the full conference programme please click here.
The Isle of Man Aviation Conference is organised by Martyn Fiddler Aviation.
Heather Gordon, Legal director of Martyn Fiddler Aviation (pictured left) commented:
“We are delighted to have such a variety of speakers from different sectors in the aviation industry. This enables us to have a broad range of current topics, which impact our industry – Brexit is a key example.”
In addition to the main agenda, the team have organised a variety of networking events:
The British on the North Quay, Douglas on Tuesday the 12th June
The Embassy room will be available from 17:00, for delegates to meet and have a drink and some food.
Wednesday 13th June: Isle of Man steam train and Castle Rushen
Back by popular demand, the Martyn Fiddler Aviation team are excited to invite you aboard the Isle of Man steam train to Castletown for an evening of historical charm at Castle Rushen.
Thursday 14th June: Breakfast and tea and coffee at Douglas Chambers
The Martyn Fiddler Aviation team welcome you to join them for Breakfast and refreshments from 10:00-12:00.
For more information please contact Nicole Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org