The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry specializes in quality private and corporate business jets.
We offer a tailored registration process with personal, friendly and professional service.
Before you begin your journey with us, please check the 'ground rules' below to see if your aircraft meets the basic requirements for registration in the Isle of Man...
- Aircraft may only be operated for private or corporate purposes whilst on the Register - commercial operations are not permitted;
- Owners of Isle of Man registered aircraft must be qualified under the Air Navigation (Isle of Man) Order 2015 as amended;
- Aeroplanes with MTOM of 5,700 kg or above may be registered;
- Aeroplanes with MTOM between 2,730 kg and 5,700 kg may be considered if accompanied by significant economic benefit to the Isle of Man private sector;
- Aircraft of any weight owned by Isle of Man residents (N.B. aircraft must be Type Certified);
- Aircraft awaiting commercial leases may be registered - further information is available on our dedicated webpage;
- Twin turbine-engine helicopters may be registered;
- Complete details of who are qualified to hold legal or beneficial interest by way of ownership in an aircraft registered in the Isle of Man are available here.
Our registration consists of the letter 'M', a hyphen and four letters (M-****).
You can have the next four letters from the Register or, for a small extra fee (£150), you can select a ‘cherished’ registration and this will be reserved for you for a period of 1 year.
Reserve an out of sequence Registration Mark of your choice by visiting our Online Services Portal.
Type Certificate Data Sheets acceptable to the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry (IOMAR) are those that conform to one of the following:
- United States of America;
- the States represented by EASA.
The current list of Type Certificates accepted by IOMAR can be found on our online portal.
Aircraft should not be de-registered from their previous state of register until such a time as applications for registration have been accepted by the IOMAR.
An Export Certificate of Airworthiness or Acceptable Means of Compliance (see notes on Form 3) should be provided to the Registry prior to the day of the survey.
If the aircraft is a new build the Export Certificate of Airworthiness should be provided as soon as available.
Any survey required for the issue of an Export Certificate of Airworthiness must have been completed before the IOMAR surveyor commences the initial Certificate of Airworthiness survey.
The aircraft should be prepared for survey in accordance with Registry Publication 7 Checklist for Certificate of Airworthiness (CoA) Issue.
An IOMAR surveyor will attend on a pre-arranged survey date and location with the intention of making a recommendation for a Certificate of Airworthiness to be issued so that the aircraft may operate as soon as possible afterwards.
Please refer to the checklist in Registry Publication 1 which includes links to each of the forms to be completed.