SAS is Scandinavia’s leading airline with its main hubs in Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm.
Our aviation experts advise on the complex, cross-border commercial issues that define this changing sector.
As the world’s appetite for air travel is on hold, the challenge for the aviation industry is to uncover and extract value in the face of ever more competition for passengers. Our team of dedicated aviation lawyers can help you achieve your commercial objectives in the most complex matters with innovative thinking and a comprehensive range of legal services, combining finance, tax, corporate, restructuring & insolvency, regulatory, real estate and dispute resolution.
Our insight, depth and breadth of knowledge across all segments of the aviation industry attract a diverse set of clients from across the world, including banks and financial institutions, funds and investors, export credit agencies, aircraft and engine leasing companies, airlines, airports and manufacturers.
With more than 35 years’ experience, we are ahead of the curve with developments in the aviation sector, especially in our role as advisers to the Aviation Working Group on its Global Aviation Trading System (GATS) and environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiative.
Covid-19 Aviation Restructuring Report 2.0
Airlines across the globe continue to fight for their survival in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis. In our highly regarded report, we explore the restructuring trends that have emerged and some significant changes to legislation in the UK. Now in its second edition, the report also incorporates a valuable table comparing the key features of a UK scheme of arrangement, a UK restructuring plan and the US’s Chapter 11 rehabilitation procedure, as well as case studies on the restructurings of Virgin Atlantic Airways and Malaysian Airlines Berhad.
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The enforcement of foreign court judgments in the UAE has always been notoriously difficult and uncertain. The recent directive issued by the UAE Ministry of Justice requiring the Dubai Courts to enforce English judgments is likely to increase collaboration between the English and UAE Courts.
In this article, we discuss the increasing risks relating to climate change litigation (including as highlighted by recent reports) and what businesses should do to mitigate them.