For aircraft buyers and sellers, compliance with export laws is a critical part of the transaction for aircraft sold or leased to a foreign person and exported from the United States, or when a U.S.-registered aircraft is based outside the country – regardless of ownership.
Requirements from the FAA, such as de-registration and the export certificate of airworthiness, are different from the requirements under export and customs laws – particularly the requirement to make an Electronic Export Information (EEI) filing for most permanent exports from the U.S.
During this webinar, our panel of federal regulators with oversight of these rules will cover:
- Best practices for compliance and an analysis of unique aircraft export situations.
- Which party has responsibility for making the EEI filing in various transaction scenarios.
- Export licensing issues and the responsibility for determining licensing authority.
While the export clearance process might appear minor in the context of a business aircraft transaction, failure to follow the procedures can result in fines or even aircraft seizures by the U.S. government.
Wed, Nov 10, 2021 · 11:00 AM
Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)
Scott O'Brien, Moderator
Senior Director, Public Policy & Advocacy,
Senior Export Policy Analyst, Regulatory Policy Division,
Bureau of Industry and Security
Gerard (Gerry) J. Horner
Supervisor, Trade Regulations Branch, Economic Management Division, U.S. Census Bureau