Who we work with
asb represents airlines, aircraft operators, banks, lessors, lessees, insurers, parts companies and services and maintenance companies.
Members of the team have worked in aviation for many years and we're actively involved with the industry's leading trade associations.
We work with:
- Industry associations
- Engine lessors
- Aircraft chartering
- Aero parts companies
- Aircraft maintenance services
- Insurance companies
Strategic alliance - managing international aviation claims
To enable us to deliver a comprehensive service to international clients, we have joined forces with US aviation claims specialist law firm, Murray, Morin & Herman P.A. (MMH) through a strategic alliance.
We have also created a strategic alliance with South African aviation and insurance specialist law firm, Rosin Wright Rosengarten (RWR). The collaboration will enable both firms to work together as one team in providing a comprehensive offering in the delivery of legal advice for aviation liability claims.
Read more about this strategic alliance
The aviation team lawyers are active members of various industry related organisations including:
Aviation Club of the UK
asb law participates in the Aviation Club which provides us with the opportunity to exchange views with others interested in the advancement and development of the civil aviation industry.
BACA - Baltic Air Charter Association
Acting for various members of the air charter industry we are keen supporters of BACA - the Baltic Air Charter Association and have presented Air Law training to members at the association's offices at the Baltic Exchange, London.
ISTAT - International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading
We attend various ISTAT events around the world to learn about the latest developments in the aviation industry as well as catching up with familiar faces and meeting new people.
Royal Aeronautical Society
We participate in events organised primarily by the Air Law Group
BATA - British Air Transport Association
BATA is the trade association for UK-registered airlines.
Women in Aviation
As there are still relatively few women working in the aviation industry we feel it is important to support women who are interested in a career in aviation.