Meet our fabulous Martyn Fiddler Aviation team at this year’s EBACE!!

Stand Y41 is the place to be to find out our exciting news.

Mark Byrne, Heather Gordon, Martin Kennaugh and Andy Duggan will be joined by Angie Deady-Fiddler, Adrian Jones, Phill Rawlins and Katie Ansett who together provide the widest range of aviation import, customs and tax services in Europe.

EBACE is a brilliant opportunity for us to showcase our team and the wide range of expertise and bespoke services we offer…and, not to forget, we have some very exciting news to share!

Heather Gordon commented:

“We are literally bubbling over with anticipation and excitement of sharing our news with colleagues, clients and friends at EBACE. We have been working tirelessly for 18 months to make this announcement and now we can barely wait a week! Come and see us next week!”

The team will also be promoting the 8th annual Isle of Man Aviation Conference, which is organised by Martyn Fiddler Aviation and supported by the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry. The conference will take place on 27th June 2019 at the Villa Marina in Douglas, Isle of Man.

The conference includes 3 separate networking opportunities and registration is online. Please see our website and delegate pack for more information about the event and to read the feedback from our previous attendees.

The team will be holding a competition to win either a free delegate place or a trike ride around the famous TT circuit during your stay on the island. If that isn’t a good enough reason alone to stop by our stand, we don’t know what is?!

If you would like to arrange an appointment with the team, please contact samantha@martynfiddler.aero

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Inflite The Jet Centre
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