Since 2012, greenhouse gas emissions from all flights operating in the European Economic Area ("EEA") (domestic and international) have been subject to EU rules
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Ireland hosts the headquarters or EMEA operations of major aviation leasing companies with 14 of the top 15 lessors based in Ireland.
The High Court recently in an ex tempore (unwritten) judgment (to be followed by a more detailed written judgment) approved a scheme of arrangement under Part 9 of the Companies Act 2014 in...
Watch our webinar ‘A new focus for aviation financing: A discussion on the outlook for the sector post-lockdown' on-demand below.
Financing structures involving Irish entities often employ the use of a special purpose vehicle ("SPV") which is a company established specifically to hold title to the aircraft subject to the...
In the Ireland chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Aviation Law 2020, Donna Ager and Mary Dunne give a comprehensive overview on aviation laws and regulations in Ireland.
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In recent years, much attention has focused on the slow but steady shift to electric vehicles on our roads.
On 12 November 2019, the Government published the draft National Marine Planning Framework ("NMPF") for public consultation.
Walkers was delighted to sponsor the Aviation Industry Awards 2019 which took place on Friday, 12 July in Dublin.
The Irish High Court currently has exclusive jurisdiction to make orders against the Registrar (as defined below) pursuant to the Convention and the Protocol (both as defined below).
What seemed inconceivable until a few months ago now appears (even in light of the recent spate of House of Commons votes) a real possibility – a no-deal Brexit.
Donna Ager and Mary Dunne recently contributed to the Irish chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Aviation Law 2019 where they gave a comprehensive update on aviation laws and regulations in Ireland.
Last week our Aviation team attended and sponsored Airline Economics Growth Frontiers, Dublin. With around 3,000 delegates and top class speakers, it was a great opportunity to learn about industry trends from experts across the globe.
The Cape Town Convention Alternative A insolvency remedy came into force in Ireland on 10 May 2017. Alternative A is set out in Article XI of the Protocol to the Cape Town Convention ...
Few areas of technological advancement catch the public imagination quite like driverless cars.
The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport ("DOTTS"), is the Government department responsible for aviation policy in Ireland. It has established the following entities to assist it in carrying out its functions:
It's a turbulent time for airlines as the industry grapples to adapt to the future post COVID-19, however, there are developments in the industry which may help it get back on its feet.
Our global aviation team has been involved in 36 asset backed securitisation deals since 2014 and every deal that has come to the market this year.
Your firm has raised billions of capital. Now it needs a new way to put it to work. Your boss has heard that aircraft leasing is a neglected source of stable returns.
The Walkers Asset Finance legal and professional services team from Dublin, the Cayman Islands and Dubai attended the Dublin Airline Economics conference in late January.