What we do


L2b Aviation members have the highest level of aviation expertise, providing creative, efficient, and economical solutions on the full range of aviation related matters.

These include:

  • Buying and selling commercial and business aircraft, including aircraft registration, deregistration & deliveries
  • All types of finance and leasing
  • Engine leasing and pooling
  • Lease termination and repossession of aircraft
  • Maintenance/customer support agreements
  • Passenger and cargo liability claims
  • Aviation labour law
  • Litigation, arbitration & dispute resolution
  • Regulatory
  • Insurance/reinsurance
  • Insolvency
  • Contentious and non-contentious regulatory issues
  • Airport and airline commercial agreements and all other airport related matters
  • Competition matters
  • EU law
  • Corporate tax/airline tax
  • Employment
  • Environmental
  • Dispute resolution
  • IT (Information Technology)
  • Intellectual property
  • Aircraft Registration
  • Export/Import
  • The Cape Town Convention

Our substantial and constantly growing network is a ‘one-stop shop’ for all your aviation legal needs.

Clients benefit from a global group of dedicated and specialized attorneys with contacts worldwide.


It is important to us to have attorneys in foreign jurisdictions with aircraft and/or aviation finance experience.  We have been happy with our L2b lawyers.

-Laura Ice, Textron Financial Corp.

Extremely responsive, very helpful and highly knowledgeable: they understand the cultural issues faced by foreign firms – Santamarina y Steta

The L2b Aviation tax booklet has been so helpful to me and my practice!

-Andrea Villa, Harper Meyer, USA (Miami)

I am fortunate to have found Ulrich. He is one of a select group of outside attorneys on whom I absolutely rely.

I trust Ulrich’s judgment – his advice is both legally on point and commercially savvy. In reality, Ulrich functions more like an in-house attorney, since he acts on our behalf with very little supervision or direction required.

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