Our Aviation and Aerospace practice provides a broad range of services in the area of aviation law with a team comprised of lawyers with extensive experience in the industry.
Wherever you are in the process, benefit from our comprehensive range of services which covers all aspects of airport operations, aircraft financing, certification and registration, and air navigation—from guidance on insurance and reinsurance matters, competition law and regulatory issues to advice and transactional services on all aspects of aircraft financing, including finance leases, commercial debt financings, sale and purchase and tax-based transactions.
With the experience that comes from representing major players, including leading airlines in all forms of aviation disputes, we will guide you through any industry challenge—crisis planning and casualty response, as well as strategic and prompt advice on interim preservation orders and injunctions, and search and seizure orders. Rely on a team which provides services in relation to carriage of goods and persons by air, as well as multimodal transportation and freight forwarding arrangements.
You will be supported by an aviation practice that is widely acknowledged as the leading aviation practice in Singapore and has been involved in all major aviation cases before the Singapore High Court and Court of Appeal. In fact, Lok Vi Ming, SC is a member of the Advisory Panel of the International Registry established under The Cape Town Convention.
Should you need representation as solicitor or counsel in arbitration within and outside Singapore, know that we are familiar with all major arbitral rules including ICC, UNCITRAL, HKIAC, CIETAC, SIAC, AAA and ICSID.
Our experience includes:
- Aircraft certification and registration
- Airport operations and air navigation
- Aviation financing
- Carriage of goods and persons
- Charters and leasing
- Crisis planning and casualty response
- Insurance and reinsurance
- Limitation of liability
Whether your business is local or global or anywhere in between, leverage the talent of your team—who are supported by thousands of colleagues around the world and ready to assist you wherever your business takes you.
March 1, 2014
On 18 March 2014, the Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) released a report on the findings from an aviation market study. This study was driven by the growing number of airline alliances formed worldwide due to a variety of reasons which were unique to the air travel industry. The CCS has also seen an increase in the establishment of such alliances. Since the inception of the Competition Act, the CCS has reviewed eight airline alliances. Read more