About Jersey Aircraft Registry
The world's first blockchain-enabled aircraft registry.
In 2015 the Jersey Aircraft Registry (JAR) was established by the States of Jersey. However, after a number of years in a dormant state, the States gave full operational responsibility and ownership to TrustFlight (Jersey) Ltd to relaunch the registry in 2020.
TrustFlight’s aim is to replace a complex, confusing and slow registration system with a streamlined digital process secured by blockchain technology. As well as being an industry first, this approach also makes aircraft registration easy for everyone. The simple online application can be completed within 24 hours, and provides customers with instant feedback on their progress.
As a technology company operating an aircraft registry, TrustFlight’s unique position allows us to ensure that there is no trade-off between security and a stress-free experience for customers. We are committed to pushing the boundaries of possibility, ensuring that JAR is at the forefront of technological capability whilst maintaining rigorous compliance with local and international aviation laws.
Jersey is a British Crown Dependency situated 14 miles off the coast of Northern France and over 100 miles south of England. Though only small geographically, Jersey has built a big reputation on the international stage as a leading financial centre. This is due to a number of factors, not least its established legal system, expert workforce, robust regulatory framework and its position as a stable offshore jurisdiction. In addition to Jersey’s neutral fiscal regime, steadfast infrastructure and endorsements from institutions of the highest standard, the highly respected financial, legal and fiduciary expertise available on the island makes Jersey ideally placed to provide a comprehensive and transparent aircraft registry.