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Despite remarkable improvement in the overall civil aviation safety record over the last sixty years, a world-renowned Judge, with unrivalled experience of aviation law and policy-making, reports that safety is more difficult to ensure today than in the past . Amongst contributory factors, he...
While the trend towards air transport liberalization is global in scope, variance in its patterns of depth is shaping the regulatory geography of the industry. Particularly, the signing of the EU-US Open Skies Agreement and the potential for a Trans-Atlantic Open Aviation Area have increased the...
Flight accidents arising from aviation activities are often due to various factors. Most of the accidents do not trigger criminal responsibility. In China, only when an act constitutes an offence for causing a serious flight accident will the criminal responsibility be imposed. Crime for causing...
The adoption of two international treaties by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Member States in the first quarter of 2009 on the subject of liability for third-party damage caused by aircraft certainly filled a visible gap in the legislative structure pertaining to liability in...
Airlines have customarily not provided for arbitration in their cargo contracts of carriage (air waybill). The author explains the advantages of the arbitration of such claims (reducing legal costs, simplified procedure, relaxed evidence rules, an arbitrator knowledgeable about the Warsaw and...
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