The 2023 Isle of Man Aviation Conference will be held on 21st June 2023 at the Villa Marina in Douglas, Isle of Man. 

The conference schedule has not yet been confirmed. However, you can stay tuned to our news page and follow #iomaviationconference on LinkedIn to recieve the latest updates!

In the meantime, the programme and schedule for the 2022 conference can be found below:

Tuesday 21st June 2022

Informal networking opportunity for delegates to meet and have a drink and some food. 17:00-22:00 at the Embassy above the British on the North Quay, Douglas.

Wednesday 22nd June 2022

The Isle of Man Aviation Conference will be held in the Royal Hall at the Villa Marina, Douglas from 09:00 – 17:00.

Programme schedule tbc.

A post-conference reception will be hosted by Martyn Fiddler Aviation from 19:00-22:00.  The Martyn Fiddler Aviation team invites you aboard our steam train excursion through the stunning Isle of Man countryside to Port Erin where we will be hosting our 10 year anniversary. Come rain or shine, everyone will have an amazing time as we venture on a journey of nostalgia through the southern farmland and coastal scenery. 

Transport will be provided for off-island delegates from a selection of hotels.

Dress code: smart casual.

Thursday 23rd June 2022

The Martyn Fiddler Aviation team welcome you to join them for breakfast and refreshments at Douglas Chambers, North Quay, Douglas from 10:00-12:00. This will give delegates the chance to connect with new faces and catch up with those from the night before.

Dress code: casual


The 2022 Isle of Man Aviation Conference is now complete. However, you can still get a feel for the conference by reading through the previous agenda or by having a look at past year’s conference video’s as listed below:




Global aviation update
Richard Koe, Managing Director, WingX Advance
The reality of sustained business aviation activity – boom v bust?
Chay White, Group Aviation Commercial Program Director, Luxaviation
Matt Potts, General Counsel – EMEA, Jetcraft
Andrew Hodgson, Commercial Director, ACASS
Katie Bancroft, Associate, Jaffa & Co.
IOMAR – why the Isle of Man is still just as relevant 15 years later
Simon Williams, Director of Civil Aviation, Isle of Man Aircraft Registry
What is Governance and why is it relevant
Heather Gordon, Legal Director, Martyn Fiddler Aviation
The changing face of governance: from Brexit to Ukraine – how 4 years has changed our businesses
Gwen Edwards, Partner, CMS
Diego Garrigues, Owner, DG Aviation Law
Andy Blundell, Managing Director, Close Brothers
Nic Arnold, UK Head of JTC Private Office, JTC Group
Transparency – when is enough, enough?
Helen Stone-Ward, Associate, The Air Law Firm LLP
Steven Quayle, Director, Cains
James Moreton, Client Executive Director, Hayward Aviation
Phil Morris, Tax Director, KPMG
What is sustainability in business aviation – is SAF enough?
Ryan Hogg, District Manager, European Sales, Avfuel
Panel discussion on sustainability
Ryan Hogg, District Manager, European Sales, Avfuel
Chris Mace, CEO, MaceAreo Ltd
Robert Baltus, COO, EBAA
Transformative Technology

Mary-Caitlin Ray, Aviation Attorney, Crowell & Moring LLP
Christopher Bigwood, Sales Manager, Honeywell Aerospace

How different will the future be?  
Mary-Caitlin Ray, Aviation Attorney, Crowell & Moring LLP
Dave Edwards, CEO, The Royal Aeronautical Society