WCR Best Aviation Registry 2017

News release

World Commerce Review is pleased to announce that the Malta Business Aviation Association (MBAA) has been awarded the WCR Best Aviation Registry 2017.

The selection panel took into account product innovation, on-going customer support and best practice criteria as well as a continuing commitment to deploying the best possible solutions for the benefit of their clients. The World Commerce Review Awards are recognised as the principal indications of professional conduct and excellence.

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About Malta Business Aviation Association (MBAA)

The Malta Business Aviation Association (MBAA) aims to promote excellence and professionalism amongst their members to enable them to deliver best-in-class safety and operational efficiency, whilst representing their interests at all levels in Malta and consequently Europe. The MBAA will strive to ensure recognition of business aviation as a vital part of the aviation infrastructure and the Maltese economy.

Amongst its top priorities the MBAA will deal with the challenging issues of setting up a successful aircraft register in Malta and promoting Malta as the ideal location to operate and own business aircraft. It will also deal with the challenging issues of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) rulemaking process, as well as the Maltese Civil Aviation Act. On top of the MBAA list will be access to Malta International Airport including Fees and Charges, Security and better facilities.