Cross-border Transferability of Aircraft and Compliance with Cape Town Convention

Cross-border Transferability of Aircraft and Compliance with Cape Town Convention

W/FSM/XBTCC/001EN
Workshop

Goal

The workshop is intended to inform and address

(a) the rules, processes, practices and procedures for the cross-border transfer of registration and nationality of aircraft; and (b) implementation of and best practices relating to the deregistration and export-related provisions in the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the Protocol to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on Matters specific to Aircraft Equipment, both signed at Cape Town on 16 November 2001.


Learning Objectives

Topics covered in this workshop are:

  1. Background of XBT work
  2. ICAO Framework related to XBT
  3. Manual on the Registration and Deregistration of Aircraft
  4. Aircraft without registration
  5. Industry work on XBT: AWG’s supportive materials and activities
  6. Tools to simplify and harmonize XBT processes
  7. Special topic: exploring utility of e-XBT platform
  8. Cape Town Convention and Aircraft Protocol (CTC)
  9. The International Registry of Mobile Assets (CTC international registry)
  10. Compliance with CTC
  11. Relation between CTC and XBT

Primary Target Population

The primary target population for this workshop is officials responsible for;

(a) aircraft registration, aircraft de-registration, safety determinations related to aircraft registration, de-registration or export, and

(b) compliance with international air law instruments, including, without limitation, CTC.

Course Info
Language: English
Delivery Mode: Instructor-led (In-person)
Duration: 3 Days / 18 Hours