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Date: 18 January 2019
By: Robert E. Melson, Jr., Sebastian M. Smith, Eiko L. Grieger, Peter R. Morton, Clive Cachia, Hannah K. Davies, Sidanth Rajagopal, James P. Bradley, Kirstie Richards, R. P. Stimers

This publication is issued by K&L Gates in conjunction with K&L Gates Straits Law LLC, a Singapore law firm with full Singapore law and representation capacity, and to whom any Singapore law queries should be addressed. K&L Gates Straits Law is the Singapore office of K&L Gates, a fully integrated global law firm with lawyers located on five continents.

Happy new year and welcome to our latest edition of K&L Gates’ Cleared to Land published jointly by our Aviation and Banking & Asset Finance practice groups to keep you updated on significant developments and issues relating to aviation law and asset finance globally.

In this issue, we examine new UAE laws impacting the aircraft finance industry, legal developments that may increase the appetite for new aircraft in relation to operations in Argentina, and regulatory issues that the commercial space sector is facing with respect to rockets and reentries into the U.S. National Airspace System. Also included is an article that explores the construction of the Western Sydney Airport and the planning framework for the greenfield land surrounding it, known as the Western Sydney Aerotropolis, which focuses on creating a new high-skill jobs hub across a variety of sectors. These articles, among others included, have all been drafted by K&L Gates lawyers who focus on these matters on a daily basis.

We hope you find this edition of Cleared to Land interesting and welcome your feedback.

Click here to view the publication.

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