When attorney Llewellyn Boyer-Cartwright first called for a Bahamian international aircraft registry, he felt like the lone voice calling out in the forest. But he was heard.
For the fourth time in under a year, a senior Bahamas attorney will attend a major international aviation conference with the intent to return with new information and industry relationships.
Senior attorney and aviation law specialist Llewellyn Boyer Cartwright is attending one of the world’s largest aviation conferences, the National Business Aviation Association 2012 held in Orlando October 30 – November 2.
Airline chief calls for privatization or strategic partnership with flag carrier to end artifically low prices from millions in government subsidies.
Two senior lawyers have called for the creation of a Bahamas Aircraft Registry, saying it would give rise to multi-million dollar spin-off support industry.