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World Aircraft Repossession Index, Third Edition is Out

Al Jallaf participates in the 3rd Edition of the World Aircraft Repossession Index

Just in time for the aviation finance winter! The third volume of Pillsbury’s World Aircraft Repossession Index - the first and only publication of its kind - is finally here.
Al Jallaf Advocates has taken part in the publication as data provider on behalf of the UAE.
The third edition has been expanded to include 102 jurisdictions and several thought-provoking articles.
To download the Index, press on the following link


Ihab is an Italian attorney-at-law and expert in the aviation sector. He has been engaged in commercial and regulatory law practice for many years, with a focus on aviation.

He has an extensive experience in high-profile litigation, aircraft financing and leasing, aviation regulation, aircraft accident investigations and policy & business aviation issues.

During his career, he has been actively involved in a full range of legal matters arising in the aviation industry, including drafting aviation legislations, participating in major Privatization and Public–Private Partnership projects, delivering regulatory consultations & proceedings, handling general aviation and commercial issues including sale, purchase and lease of aircraft transactions, aircraft & air navigation services’ insurance and reinsurance, and other environment, security & safety issues.

Ihab has addressed numerous conferences on aviation law and aircraft financing & leasing in the Middle East, Europe and Canada, and published on a variety of issues, including commercial aviation developments, environmental regulation impacting the aviation sector and the Cape Town Convention and its Aircraft Protocol.

He is a member of ICAO’s Commission of Experts of the Supervisory Authority of the International Registry (CESAIR) for the purposes of the Cape Town Convention (CTC) and the Aircraft Protocol.