AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION & MANAGEMENT
AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION - ARUBA ('P4')
Aruba is a small island in the southern Caribbean just fifteen miles off the coast of Venezuela. Aruba forms part of the Dutch Kingdom and is an associated EU territory. Aruba is 19.6 miles long and six miles across at its widest point. Its capital is Oranjestad and has a population of approximately 100,000.
The International Air Safety Office and the Government of Aruba established a strategic partnership to develop the Registry of Aruba which is the world's first privately managed category 1 International Aircraft Registration Programme.
Since its establishment in 1995 and Aruba has since developed into an attractive and popular jurisdiction for the registration of private, corporate and commercial aircraft.
Aruba is a party to the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the Protocol to the Convention on Matters Specific to Aircraft Equipment (hereafter the Cape Town Convention or the Convention). This offers important protection of security rights in aircraft and therefore facilitates financing.
Benefits of Registration in Aruba
To commence the registration process and to make arrangements for the airworthiness inspection of the aircraft, the following preliminary items are required to be submitted prior to the survey:
Who to contact
If you are interested in more information regarding the registration of your aircraft in Aruba or to check the availability of a 'P4' Suffix, please contact our REGISTRATION, MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION TEAM