Archive for International Registry

TUE and PUE: Closing the Gap between the FAA and IR

In previous blogs we have discussed the paperwork gaps that can occur around aviation escrow transactions and how Wright Brothers helps to Close the Gaps, whether between the time you pay for an aircraft and the time the necessary documents are filed with the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA), or between documentation  Filing and Recording  at the FAA.

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What is the IR’s position on Titles?

They don’t have one. The International Registry (IR) is a notice-based registry only. You can register an interest at the IR, but it is only an electronic filing designed to tell you that an interest exists somewhere in the world. To find the actual interest, you must go to the country where the interest was […]

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The History Behind the International Registry

The concept of multi-country international laws governing the financing of aircraft was the brainchild of Jeffrey Wool, who understood the global nature of airline financing. Mr. Wool knew that more favorable international laws were needed to encourage investment in startup airlines. Originally referred to as UNIDROIT, which is French for one law, he envisioned countries […]

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