San Marino registry appoints two inspectors

Terry Spruce

San Marino ribbon cuttingThe aircraft registry of San Marino has appointed two airworthiness inspectors, one based in London and one based in Moscow.

These inspectors will be able to respond quickly to most client aircraft registration requests, both of the inspectors speak a number of languages.

The appointment of these inspectors marks another step forward for the San Marino aircraft registry. The registry will be making further appointments soon.

Speaking about the appointments San Marino aircraft registry director general Marco Conti said “ It is great to have them on board. I am sure they will be a great addition to the Registry and extremely busy as an increasing number of aircraft owners understand the benefits of registering their aircraft with us.”

Photograph (left to right) Marco Conti, director general of the San Marino Civil Aviation & Maritime Navigation Authority, Antonella Molaroni, San Marino Secretary of State for Transport and Jorge Colindres, CEO of the Aviation Registry Group at the ribbon cuting event last November

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