Putting aside the fact that the U.S. accounts for some 67% of registered business jets worldwide, it might then come as a surprise that the 220-sq.-mi. Isle of Man is the sixth-largest business and private jet registry in the world. The British Crown dependency, located in the Irish Sea equidistant from England and Northern Ireland, has registered some 900 aircraft since the registry opened a decade ago and currently has 450 in its registered ...


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