October 21, 2013 – Newsletter

Posted by on October 21, 2013

BATI Quotes

First rule of holes:  if you are in one, stop digging.

BATI Knowledge

Registering to a Limited Liability Company
The FAA requires several items of information to support registration of an aircraft in the name of a limited liability company (“LLC”):
The name of the LLC;
When the LLC was formed;
Under which state’s law the LLC is formed;
The names of the members of the LLC*;
The citizenship of each of the members of the LLC;
How the LLC is managed;
The citizenship of each of the managers;
If the members/managers may act independently.

*Please note:  if a member of an LLC is another LLC, submit the same information for the member-LLC

The FAA will accept a statement containing the above information (see our website, www.bati.aero, under Forms, for a sample Statement in Support of Registration to an LLC); or if you prefer you may submit Articles of Organization and the Operating Agreement.

Also note:  the LLC must meet the citizenship requirements set out in our Newsletter of August 20 (archived on our website under Articles!)


The International Registry has uploaded several videos onto YouTube that will show all of the site functionality in just a few minutes for their new Generation II website software.  Search for International Registry on YouTube.

Also the IR has arranged several free Webinars:
(One was today, but you still have time for the other two!)
(1) November 18, 2013 at 7:30 AM GMT (1:30 AM CST)
(2) December 16, 2013 at 6pm GMT (noon CST)

If you would like to reserve a place at one of the webinars (which will be conducted in English) reply to registryofficials@aviareto.aero and provide the following information to register for a place:
Your name:
Entity name:
Preferred session (1 or 2)

As places are limited, please respond at your earliest convenience.  Login details to the demonstration will be provided prior to commencement of each webinar.

BATI Pot Pourri

The Gulfstream G650 is a twin-engine business jet airplane produced by Gulfstream Aerospace.  The model is designated Gulfstream GVI in the type certificate.  Gulfstream began the G650 program in 2005 and revealed it to image004the public in 2008.  The G650 is the company’s largest and fastest business jet with a top speed of Mach 0.925 and has a range of up to 7,000 NMI; it can be equipped with a full kitchen and bar and may be equipped with a variety of entertainment features including satellite phones and wireless Internet.
Crew:  2 pilots
Capacity:  11-18 passengers
Length: 99 ft 9 in; Wingspan:  99 ft 7 in
Powered by two Rolls Royce Deutschland BR725 turbofan engines