The next Central Bank of Malta lecture will be on Aviation in Malta, delivered by Josephine Farrugia, B.A. (Hons), M.A. International Relations.
Appropriate legislation, productivity and quality have all contributed to Malta’s development as an aviation hub, both as a maintenance, refurbishment and overhaul centre and as an attractive jurisdiction for aircraft registration.
The country has been steadily building up a cluster of aviation services including MRO, aircraft management, cargo operations, training, asset financing and slowly but surely, elements of the leasing sector.
The lecture will be take place at the Central Bank of Malta, Binja Laparelli, Valletta Entrance to Binja Laparelli is from Triton Square, tomorrow, Thursday, the 28th of February, starting at 6pm.
Those interested in attending should please register by emailing on firstname.lastname@example.org The Bank said that for this public lecture, ID card will need to be presented at the door.
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