The competent for keeping the Cyprus Aircraft Register is the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA).
The DCA is responsible for the registration, transfer and deletion of aircrafts under the Republic of Cyprus.
Registration of Aircraft
The registration of Aircraft in Cyprus is governed under Article 11 of the Civil Aviation Act of 2002-2008 as amended, which specifies the qualifications required...Read More
Historical Background on Aviation in Cyprus
Due to the importance and development of air transport, the colonial Government of Cyprus established the Department of Civil Aviation in 1955. At that time, the responsibilities of the Department were the development and administration of Nicosia airport. The Department also had played an advisory role to the Governor for the development of air...Read More
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is the centrepiece of the European Union’s strategy for aviation safety. Its mission is to promote the highest common standards of safety and environmental protection in civil aviation. The Agency develops common safety and environmental rules at the European level which are implemented by the Member States. It monitors the implementation...Read More
How much does it cost to register and maintain a Cyprus company?
One of the principal question clients ask before deciding in which jurisdiction to set up their business is the cost of registration and running of a company.
This article focuses solemnly in the Jurisdiction of Cyprus.
The fees involved when setting up a Cyprus company:
The registration or set up fee
The annual fees for nominee...Read More
All companies registered in the Republic of Cyprus must pay at the Registrar of Companies an annual levy of €350. For companies that fall within a group the total amount is capped at €20.000.
As of 1st February 2013, the levy is payable as follows:
The annual levy on companies dormant or not is payable as of the year of incorporation. Exempt are only companies under liquidation or winding up....Read More
The Schengen Agreement signifies a zone where the European nations acknowledged the abolishment of their internal borders with other member nations allowing the free and unrestricted movement of people, goods and services within common rules. The Schengen visa is a short stay visa allowing its holder to travel within the 26 countries (“Schengen States”) without border controls...Read More