Watson Farley & Williams successfully represented the Società Esercizio Aeroporto Maremma S.p.A. before the Regional Administrative Court of Tuscany.
This article gives an overview of aircraft leasing cases in the English courts in the first half of 2023.
EU ETS, UK ETS and CH ETS: Undue fears for lessors over liens and aircraft detention rights25 April 2023
This article explores the workings of the EU UK and Swiss (CH) ETS schemes, including their enforcement mechanics, and the risk that an aircraft operator’s non-compliance with them poses to lessors across those jurisdictions which fall within these schemes.
In this article, we discuss the EU Commission’s proposal to repeal Council Directive 2004/82/EC of 29 April 2004 requiring carriers to communicate passenger data for the purposes of enhancing border control and tackling illegal immigration.
India is one of the fastest growing economies and aviation markets in the world and is now the third-largest domestic aviation market globally. According to the International Air Transport Association’s most recent findings, it is projected to overtake the United Kingdom as the world’s third-largest air passenger market by 2024.
Italy’s 2021 Annual Competition Law gives the Transport Regulation Authority the power to regulate ADR procedures for the transport sector, requiring a compulsory conciliation procedure be undertaken prior to any action in court.
In an article for Law360, Counsel Richard Williams discusses sustainability linked finance in aircraft finance and the impact it may have on lessors and financiers reaching net zero sooner.
WFW advises Ryanair on successful appeal for territorial continuity from Trapani airport26 October 2022
The decision is a noteworthy one, as it sets the benchmark for the competent authorities in cases concerning territorial continuity.
The aviation industry is taking its responsibility to achieve net zero seriously through self-led strategies. In this article, we discuss sustainability linked finance in aircraft finance.