I am a commercial and regulatory lawyer with a pragmatic and business focussed outlook specialising in travel, aviation and tech.”
Lucy England advises businesses across the aviation and travel industries on the myriad of commercial and regulatory issues they encounter. She has worked for over a decade with established airlines, OTAs (online travel agents), travel companies, aerospace and defence businesses, aircraft manufacturers – and the technology businesses looking to disrupt them. She advises on strategic, transformational projects right the way through to business-as-usual issues.
Lucy’s experience covers package travel regulation, aviation regulation, outsourcing and technology projects, traveltech, SaaS, agency and franchise arrangements, business start-ups and scale-ups, online sales, supply chain and logistics, ground handling, MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) agreements, airport agreements and most other types of sale or supply contracts, from design and development through to operation, maintenance and disposal.
Lucy has a wealth of experience in Government contracting, across aviation and defence, technology and the healthtech sector. She also has a specialist interest in unmanned aviation and space as these industries continue to grow.
Lucy is recognised as a ‘Next Generation Partner’ for both travel and aviation in the Legal 500 2020 and is a member of the Women in Aviation and Aerospace Committee at the Royal Aeronautical Society.
Acting for a middle eastern holidays business on the regulatory and commercial arrangements of selling packages across multiple jurisdictions.
Acting for a European low-cost carrier on various agreements and regulatory matters relating to its online sales and booking systems and the establishment of its holidays business.
Acting for a global OTA on the technology and IP licensing arrangements with its suppliers.
Acting for various international airlines on their aircraft and engine maintenance agreements.
Acting for well-established and new-entrant technology businesses in the aviation fuelling market on liability exposure, contracting arrangements and software licensing.
Acting for an aircraft OEM (original equipment manufacturer) on its successful bid to the UK MoD to operate a military flying school.