Speaking at the resent Airfinance Journal Dublin, Alexandria Colindres, COO Registry of Aruba, told Global FBO Consult "The Registry of Aruba had an excellent 2019 with record numbers of business aircraft moving to P4. The Registry of Aruba started in 1995 and has continued to grow since then, the first public-private aircraft registration program rated Category-1 by the FAA. Celebrating a milestone anniversary this year, for the past 25 years our mission has been to bring the bespoke experience to aircraft registration."
The Registry has a robust and effective system for banks, owners, and leasing companies of aircraft stored, parked, or in-between leases. When airliners are not being operated commercially, they are considered a “private aircraft,” and one can take advantage of the Registry of Aruba’s quick, efficient, and cost-effective service. Aircraft operating privately, corporately, or commercially are to be placed under an approved storage program. The aircraft will be registered under the private category in Aruba (AUA-OPS 2) until they are ready to return to service.