Today, the Director of Civil Aviation (DCA) of Guernsey handed over its second public category Air Operator Certificate to Business Aircraft Services Guernsey Limited – trading as BAS Guernsey, a newly established Guernsey-based Business Jet operator. BAS Guernsey plans to position itself as a market leader in executive jet global operations and is the first to operate the Boeing 787-8 VVIP aircraft, making it available for worldwide charter.
2-REG is pleased to announce that there are currently 100 aircraft on the register. The amount of aircraft on the register has been doubled within a year, given that there were 50 aircraft on the register in March 2016.
Today, the Director of Civil Aviation of Guernsey handed over the first Air Operator Certificate to Volare Aviation GSY Ltd (Volare), a Guernsey-based air operator of Challenger corporate jets. This was done at the corporate aviation show EBACE in Geneva.
2-REG is proud to announce that the operator of a VIP Dreamliner has chosen to register this aircraft on the Guernsey Aircraft Register.
The Guernsey-based 2-REG Aircraft Registry (2-REG), which accommodates all aircraft types from larger airliners through to general aviation, announced today that the States of Guernsey adopted a policy to approve 2-REG to issue Air Operator Certificates (AOCs). This new legislation to accommodate the AOC operations is now being drafted and is expected to pass for final government approval on March 9, 2016. Government deputies unanimously voted in support of the policy.
The Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment will come into effect in Guernsey from 1 November 2015, following ratification by the UK on 27 July 2015 and extension to Guernsey. With an increasing number of new transactions benefiting from the application of the Convention and Protocol, it is anticipated that the 2-REG will attract additional aircraft registrations.
2-REG Aircraft Register (Guernsey) welcomes one Challenger 601 bearing “2-SEXY” as one of its unique customized registrations.
2-REG recorded the addition of its 63rd aircraft to the register.
On 26 May 2015, only 17 months after opening the register, 2-REG welcomed its 50th aircraft to the register.
Guernsey Airport based 2-REG will be making the journey to Switzerland next week for the annual European Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (EBACE) which opens in Geneva on 18 May.
The Guernsey Aircraft Register (2-REG) has celebrated its first anniversary in business with a donation of £5,000 to Channel Islands Air Search.
The 2-REG Channel Islands Aircraft Registry has welcomed this week an Embraer Legacy 600 corporate jet aircraft.
After some A319s have been registered a few weeks ago, the 2-REG Guernsey Aircraft Register has welcomed yesterday an Airbus A320.
First corporate jet is registered with the Guernsey Aircraft Register - 2-REG
Second Airbus A319 has been registered with the Guernsey Aircraft Register - 2-REG
The 2-REG Guernsey Aircraft Register has made its most significant aircraft registration so far after signing an Airbus A319.
The Guernsey Aircraft Register has reached the next stage in its expansion with the announcement of its first ATR aircraft registered.
The 2-REG Channel Islands Aircraft Registry is very pleased to announce that it has issued on 19 March 2014 the Type Acceptance Certificates (TAC) for the A320 family to Airbus.
Guernsey Aircraft Register has opened for business after a successful launch event in Guernsey attended by dignitaries, aviation-related businesses as well as aircraft owners.
The States of Guernsey and SGI Aviation strike a unique deal for the establishment and operation of a new aircraft registry.
On 6 November 2013, the Guernsey Press dedicated part of their business section to 2-REG, discussing the registry’s unique structure, and related business opportunities.