Malta’s Aviation Registry has continued to achieve a steady growth with a record of 61 aircraft registered in 2015. The success of the Aviation Registry is sustained by fiscal incentives including a low corporate tax regime as well as rebate on profits. This is complemented by specialised technical personnel who are readily available, flexible and accessible.
Malta’s Aviation Registry totals 214 aircraft and 28 operators in its register
The same year also saw a total of 6 new operators being certified as well as a substantial increase in the number of pilot and engineer licences issued. As at 6th February 2016, Malta’s Aviation Registry totals 214 aircraft and 28 operators in its register. It is noteworthy that the register includes a large number of commercial aircraft and business jets when compared to light aircraft. Amongst others, the Authority has registered two Airbus A340 and a Sukhoi Superjet 100, the latter being the first ever model of its type to be registered in the European Union.