EU Import & Export
- Permanent importation solutions
- Temporary admission
- Customs warehousing
- Onward supply
- UK Air Passenger Duty Representation
Importing / exporting services
Martyn Fiddler Aviation is renowned worldwide for its services relating to the EU importation, exportation and temporary admission of clients aircraft.
Our specialist team has over 50 years' combined experience in aviation and has processed several thousand aircraft clearances since the business was incorporated in 1981.
Our reputation and industry knowledge mean that Martyn Fiddler Aviation is often engaged by both the selling and purchasing party in a transaction to correctly handle the various customs requirements of an individual aircraft.
With offices in the Netherlands, Ireland, Isle of Man and UK, plus business partners worldwide, Martyn Fiddler Aviation is well equipped to provide importation and customs solutions to clients based in the EU and beyond.
Our various approvals and authorisations for Customs Special Procedures offer multiple solutions:
- Fiscal Representation services for EU and non-EU clients
- Full EU importation
- EU exportation
- Temporary Admission (TA)
- Inward Processing (IP)
- T1 Transit
- UK Air Passenger Duty (APD) representation
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Be Prepared for 31 December 2020
In less than 4 months’ time the UK will leave the European Union (31 December 2020). At the time of writing there is no agreement in place to determine what the status of goods (including business aircraft) imported into the EU (including the UK and Isle of Man) before 31 December 2020 will be.
In the newsletter attached Martyn Fiddler Aviation outline the list of possible results, explaining the impact of each scenario and the work that will be requested of aircraft owners in order to remain in free circulation in both the UK and the EU.