Aviation industry trends – The Bahamas


01 April 2020

Aviation Bahamas

The aviation industry faces a number of challenges in 2020 – from sustainability and digitisation to the potential fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak.

In this series, ILO caught up with some of our leading specialists around the world to discuss the three main aviation issues affecting their jurisdiction in 2020. 

Continued work on the creation of an aircraft registry, the ratification of the Cape Town Convention and preparation for the next International Civil Aviation Organisation audit scheduled for Spring 2021 are the main trends in the Bahamian aviation industry in 2020.

In the below video, Llewellyn V Boyer-Cartwright discuss these developments as well as the potential impact of COVID-19 on the Bahamian aviation industry.

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For further information on this topic please contact Llewellyn V Boyer-Cartwright at HarleyJames by telephone (+1 242 327 7275) or email (lbc@harleyjames.law). The HarleyJames website can be accessed at www.harleyjames.law.

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