Local Representative is no longer required to register your aircraft in Aruba via domicile.

24th of May 2018, 4:17 PM

Operators and owners are no longer required to have a local representative based in Aruba when registering their aircraft via domicile.

You will only need to complete application form IASO A-80, for aircraft registration via domicile, which can be found on our website.


Along with a completed IASO form A-80, one must submit the following compliance documentation:

Certified or notarized Passport copy of UBO*
Verification of UBOs address/place of residence *
Verification of the address/place of residence of the director or manager
List of any person or entity who has a 5% or greater ownership interest in the registering company*

*Not applicable for a publicly traded companies

By IASO News Department