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MEBA2012: Promoting the Maltese cross-over services

Posted 11 December 2012 · Add Comment

Malta-based MCM Group (stand 540C), a maintenance, training, consultancy provider, and continuing airworthiness management organisation (CAMO), is making its debut at MEBA 2012, as part of the Malta Aviation stand.

In the past year Malta has become a thriving entity for aircraft registry, due to its recent aircraft legislation act, which provides an advantageous tax structure for operators and offers an ideal location and skilled aviation workforce.

The change has seen a large number of aircraft operators attain Air Operator’s Certificates (AOCs) and invest in moving their operations to the country.
 
Along with MCM, the Malta Aviation stand will showcase a selection of different service providers based in the country, including FBOs, legal advisors, accountants and banks.
 
Representatives will also be on hand from the Malta Business Aviation Association, Transport Malta and Malta Enterprise, the government body that promotes both local and foreign investments.
 
“We are excited to make our first appearance at MEBA and to promote our services to clients in the gulf region,” said Alexander Vit, accountable manager and MD MCM Maintenance Centre Malta.
 
“In 2012 we have consulted and assisted in the change of registration of more than 10 aircraft to ‘9H’. After the successful implementation of two line maintenance stations in Nigeria last year, we are looking forward to exploring the market demand in the UAE and possibly launching an operation in the area.”
 
MCM Group executives will actively promote the aviation community in Malta. “Together with the other exhibitors, we will be showcasing a complete package of the services which Malta offers to the business aviation industry,” said Vit. “If you are interested in registering your aircraft in Malta, we look forward to consulting you, providing additional information in order to attain an AOC in Malta and discussing the services we provide that would be beneficial to your organisation.”

 

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