New Legislation Paves the Way for the Future of Aviation
Recent legislative changes in the aviation sector have/has catapulted The Bahamas to the forefront of the global aviation industry.
In particular Llewellyn plans to discuss:
The Bahamas regaining sovereignty of its airspace (since the 1950s), and The Bahamas Air Navigation Services (BANS) an independent body regulating the air navigation and being independent of the Civil Aviation Authority; Air Navigation Services Authority Act, 2021
Public/Private Partnerships with respect to several key airports in The Bahamas
Air Accident Investigation
Aeronautical and Marine Search and Rescue (SAR) Agreement with FAA and US Coast Guard
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Audit (November 2021) results/outcome/recommendations
Llewellyn has been a practising attorney for over 27 years in The Bahamas and founded Harley James in 2020. His practice focuses on aviation and private client & wealth management.
He has over 30 years’ experience in the aviation industry having been a commercial pilot. He is a licensed Air Transport Pilot and is type-rated on the Booeing-747.
Llewellyn recognised the need in The Bahamas to combine the two disciplines of aviation and law to propel the country’s aviation sector and subsequently founded Harley James. Over the years, he has become one of the country’s leading aviation attorneys.
Llewellyn has authored numerous articles, contributed chapters for a leading publication and has spoken at international conferences in respect of Bahamian aviation law.