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We advise on some of the largest, most complex aviation cases, handling matters for all the major airports and operating companies in the Benelux.

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In a heavily regulated sector, we provide our clients with the clear guidance, knowledge and expertise they need in many complex areas of aviation law.

Working as an interdisciplinary team we advise both government and private companies on all legal matters relating to the construction and exploitation of airport infrastructure.

We are also highly active in all aspects of planning and permits, administrative law, procurement, construction and engineering, real estate, tax and finance, and on corporate matters, such as cross shareholder structuring.

In addition, we are very familiar with the ground handling directive and its practical implications, including the organisation of tendering procedures for the awarding of ground handling licences.

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