Aero Law Group attorneys’ experience in Aviation, Venture Equity and Debt Financings and Emerging Growth Company representation makes the Aero Law Group the logical choice among participants in the Internet B2B marketplace for aviation related goods and services.
The economic changes of the past decade have generated a corresponding need for safe, efficient and productive business air travel. Acting on this need, our clients, leading entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, investment bankers, financial and research institutions and technology based private and public companies, have acquired ownership interests in a variety of corporate and executive aircraft [...]
Aviation deregulation has resulted in both growth and diversity in the commercial aviation industry. This includes those who are willing to make major financial investments in the industry’s future. Aero Law Group clients include both emerging and established commercial airlines and the nation’s largest investment bankers in their aircraft, airline and Internet travel related investments. [...]
December 30, 2009 — The January/February 2010 edition of Aviation for Women magazine, a publication of Women in Aviation International, features an article written by Kara Pietila, wife of Aero Law Group attorney Nate Pietila.
November 1, 2009 — The Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) has extensively revised the rules governing operations of large private aircraft. Specifically, the DCA has implemented the Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTAR) Part 125 under directions from the United Kingdom’s Department for Transport, in order to provide a “more cohesive system of civil aviation [...]
September, 2009 — Germany, Italy, Sweden and the United Kingdom have each announced they will extend deadlines for required ETS plans. The new deadlines are September 30th 2009 for Italy, October 15, 2009 for Sweden and are yet to be announced for Germany and the UK. The estimated date for Germany is sometime October, 2009 [...]
August, 2009 — Starting in 2012, business and commercial aircraft operators will be required to offset their carbon emissions for flights to, from or within Europe by purchasing carbon credits. For more information please visit our EU Carbon Credit Mandate page.
This week's edition of the Puget Sound Business Journal had a featured article on the growth of Aero Law Group PLLC. In the piece writer Clay Holtzman talks to Aero Law Group founding attorney Kevin Austin about the firm's practice and history.
April, 2009 — Aero Law Group PLLC, an aviation law practice focusing on commercial airlines, corporate and private aircraft, as well as emerging-growth companies, advised commercial and corporate clients in the successful negotiation of more than 10 long-term engine maintenance agreements in 2008, marking a major milestone in the firm’s mission to provide transactional counsel [...]
March, 2009 — Planned on April 1, 2009 four new countries will accede to the Cape Town Convention. Included are Cuba, Kazakhstan, Singapore and Tanzania. As of June 1, 2009 China will also add itself to the treaty. For more information please visit our Cape Town Information Page.