- The firm specializes in aerocommercial policy, guiding customers in obtaining scheduled and non-scheduled air transport permits, facilitating dialogue and negotiation with local authorities.
The Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) is pleased to announce the joining as a Consultant Member of the well-known law firm Romero Zapiola, Clusellas & Sluga Abogados, based in Buenos Aires.
Founded in 1989, Romero Zapiola, Clusellas & Sluga has distinguished itself by providing legal advice to multinationals on aeronautical, airport, immigration, customs, corporate, tax, foreign exchange, governance, labor and commercial matters, as well as on high-impact transnational transactions in the Region.
The firm specializes in aerocommercial policy, guiding customers in obtaining scheduled and non-scheduled air transport permits, facilitating dialogue and negotiation with local authorities. Its commitment to the development of aerocommercial policy in Argentina has contributed significantly to the growth of the industry both in Argentina and Latin America. On the other hand, they provide comprehensive aeronautical advice to its clients, covering issues such as: aeronautical insurance, aeronautical personnel, aeronautical/airport regulation, strategic analysis of the passenger, cargo and mail aerocommercial market, advice on slots and schedule feasibility, design of aeronautical startups, acquisition, import and registration of aircraft and all those issues that may be of interest and/or need of the customer.
José Ricardo Botelho, ALTA’s Executive Director & CEO, commented: “We are glad to welcome Romero Zapiola, Clusellas & Sluga Abogados as our new Consultant Member. This is the first Argentine law firm to join ALTA and we are confident that its experience in the field of aviation and legal advice will further strengthen the exchange of knowledge and best practices across the ALTA network and contribute to our mission of promoting the efficient, safe and sustainable development of the aviation industry in Latin America and the Caribbean. Argentina has a great potential for the development of air transport. Having over 45 million inhabitants, almost 4 thousand kilometers of distance from north to south and a population that still travels 0.6 times per year on average, the potential for growth is huge. To this end, efficient, updated and coherent regulations to the market are needed so that aviation is able to take off as a great partner of the State for the socioeconomic development of the country and generate more benefits and opportunities for the population in all corners of the nation.”
The firm is dedicated to address the legal challenges faced by airlines in an industry advancing on a steady pace, and requiring skilled and specialized professionals in the field.
Further information about ALTA and its members, please visit www.alta.aero/membresia