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Following the success of the previous events in London, Dublin and Hamburg, the 9th annual event will take place in Dublin in 2020.
This event will explore issues such as legal aspects pertaining to aircraft records, aircraft maintenance programs from the record prospective, aircraft records scanning, aircraft technical and maintenance records audits, maintenance and engineering discussions, maintenance and engineering software, surviving the aircraft records audit, the value of aircraft records, electronic aircraft records, scanned aircraft records of the future, pre-purchase inspection/mid lease /end of lease/redelivery records, aircraft repossession, aircraft records and lease agreements, aircraft records management prospective, CAMO, and education for records personnel.
Alan Phelan, Founder & CEO, APTN
Jan Bosak, Head of Legal, ALAFCO Michael Bradshaw, Technical Records Manager, Willis Asset Management Patrick Honnebier, Of Counsel, Rep Law and Professor International Aviation Financing and Leasing Laws Rachel McKay, Aircraft Expert Witness, KAYWAY.AERO & President, German Aircraft Appraiser Organization Bryson Monteleone, Senior Advisor to Aviation Finance Advisory Services, PwC Ireland & Chairman, ISTAT Appraisers' Program Bajul Shah, Barrister, XXIV Old Buildings Ben Whelan, Founder & CEO, Shannon Technical Services Andrew Wilkins, CEO, Compass Aviation Services
The importance of aircraft records and how they can be safeguarded
Preserving aircraft records
Airline redelivery readiness insights and how to proactively partner with airlines for a smooth on time aircraft redelivery
Aircraft leasing: Technical issues
Repossessing aircraft records
Historic aircraft records and archiving
The coronavirus crisis affirms that the new rules of the (Caribbean) Netherlands are needed to repossess risky foreign registered aircraft and their records
Contractual estoppel and shifting of risk relating to inspections