Air Navigation Law

  • Filename: air-navigation-law.
  • ISBN: 9783642258350
  • Release Date: 2012-03-05
  • Number of pages: 270
  • Author: Ruwantissa Abeyratne
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

The aviation community, in which the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO) play leading roles, is hard at work in bringing aviation into the 21st Century. In doing so, the United States and Europe have taken proactive steps forward in introducing modernization, particularly in moving towards more efficient air traffic management systems within NextGen and SESAR. Elsewhere, in the fields of personnel licensing, rules of the air, accident investigation and aeronautical charts and information, significant strides are being made in moving from mere regulation to implementation and assistance calculated to make all ICAO member States self sufficient in international civil aviation. However, these objectives can be achieved only if the aviation industry has a sustained understanding of the legal and regulatory principles applying to the various areas of air navigation. This book provides that discussion. Some of the subjects discussed in this book are: sovereignty in airspace; flight information and air defence identification zones; rules of the air; personnel licensing; meteorological services; operations of aircraft; air traffic services; accident and incident investigation; aerodromes; efficiency aspects of aviation and environmental protection; aeronautical charts and information; the carriage of dangerous goods; and NextGen and SESAR . Except for NextGen and SESAR, these subjects form the titles of the Annexes to the Chicago Convention that particularly involve the rights and liabilities of the key players involved in air navigation.

An Introduction to Air Law

  • Filename: an-introduction-to-air-law.
  • ISBN: 9789041124586
  • Release Date: 2006-01-01
  • Number of pages: 345
  • Author: Isabella Henrietta Philepina Diederiks-Verschoor
  • Publisher: Kluwer Law International

An Introduction to Air Law has proven itself a comprehensive and up-to-date view of all the main components making up this interesting and topical branch of international law. Coverage includes such aspects as liability of the carrier, insurance, product liability, sovereignty in airspace, aviation personnel, organizations and conventions, automation, liability for damage, search and rescue operations, and criminal offenses such as hijacking.

Future air navigation systems

  • Filename: future-air-navigation-systems.
  • ISBN: STANFORD:36105060039976
  • Release Date: 1993
  • Number of pages: 281
  • Author: Werner Guldimann
  • Publisher: Aspen Pub

The future evolution of civil aviation at the threshold of the 21st century will depend not only on the design of safer, bigger, energy efficient and environmentally acceptable aircraft, but in particular on the evolution of infrastructures generally described as 'air navigation systems'. The essence of future air navigation systems will be the introduction of satellite-based communication, navigation and surveillance for air traffic management purposes on a global basis. The current challenge For The international community will be to design and adopt a workable institutional framework and legal regulation which permits the global introduction and operation of these systems on a worldwide basis. This book contains the report of Professor Guldiman To The ICAO Legal Committee, together with the relevant texts established by the competent ICAO bodies, And The Master of Law thesis by Stefan A. Kaiser submitted to McGill University of Montreal.

Cross border Provision of Air Navigation Services with Specific Reference to Europe

  • Filename: cross-border-provision-of-air-navigation-services-with-specific-reference-to-europe.
  • ISBN: 9789041126887
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Number of pages: 276
  • Author: Niels Van Antwerpen
  • Publisher: Kluwer Law International

The tremendous flow of air traffic traversing the airspace of the European Union demands extraordinary vigilance on the part of air navigation service providers. Although the first requirement of air navigation services is obviously the enhancement of safety, providers must also attend to the efficiency and optimisation of airspace capacity and the minimisation of air traffic delays. As technological and operational improvements proceed in these areas, jurisdictional issues of responsibility and liability--particularly in cases of mid-air collisions--become ever sharper and more in need of precise definition. This detailed and insightful exposition focuses on these issues from three overlapping perspectives: the international and European legal framework dealing with air navigation services, the question of state responsibility, and the question of liability for damage inflicted by air navigation service providers. The author's in-depth analysis includes examination of many elements, among them the following: * the interrelated roles of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC), the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL), the European Community's European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), and other international bodies; * the Single European Sky initiative, its establishment of Functional Airspace Blocks (FUAs), and its ongoing research program (SESAR); * establishment of transparent lines of state responsibility in the context of cross-border provision of air navigation services; and prospects for the imposition of a transparent liability regime on corporatized air navigation service providers. In conclusion, the author enumerates the essential elements required for cross-border provision of air navigation services and offers well-thought-out final recommendations and conclusions on the most preferable way to pursue such cross-border provision within and outside the European Community. A model agreement for the delegation of air navigation service provision appears as an appendix. All professionals concerned with air navigation, in Europe and elsewhere, will appreciate the depth of knowledge and commitment apparent in this book. The deeply informed insights manifest in its pages will be of enormous value to aviation agency officials and air law practitioners everywhere.

Institutional Reform of Air Navigation Service Providers

  • Filename: institutional-reform-of-air-navigation-service-providers.
  • ISBN: 9781784712082
  • Release Date: 2015-10-30
  • Number of pages: 192
  • Author: Rui Neiva
  • Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

Institutional Reform of Air Navigation Service Providers deals with the changes that have taken place in this major, technologically progressive industry as many countries moved away from direct provision by the government to forms of corporate or private provision. The author provides an up-to-date institutional and economic analysis of air navigation service providers’ efforts to reform their governance and funding structures under these changes. The book discusses air navigation service providers in great detail, with a focus on the historical evolution of the industry’s institutional and regulatory frameworks as well as the ongoing developments in the industry (e.g. the Single European Sky in Europe and NextGen in the US). The author departs from the more conventional quasi-descriptive analysis by performing economic and econometric analyses of the industry that explicitly include institutional variables, e.g. to explore whether the nature of ownership can be associated with different economic efficiency outcomes. The result is a rigorous assessment of the structures of various air navigation service providers, strengthened by the use of case studies and policy analysis of potential reform. The theme and scope of this book will appeal to anyone interested in the institutional and regulatory history of air navigation service providers, and its accessible approach will appeal to policy-makers and professionals as well as people who are interested, more broadly, in economic regulation.

Convention on International Civil Aviation

  • Filename: convention-on-international-civil-aviation.
  • ISBN: 9783319000688
  • Release Date: 2013-08-04
  • Number of pages: 737
  • Author: Ruwantissa Abeyratne
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

This book is both a repertory guide to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention) as well as a legal analysis of the provisions of the treaty. It traces action taken by the ICAO Assembly and the Council in the implementation of the Convention from the first ICAO Assembly in 1947 until 2012. Above all, the book offers a commentary on the functional and moral fabric of the Chicago Convention, which is not only a multilateral legal instrument that sets out basic principles of air navigation and air transport, but also serves as a moral compass that brings the people of the world together. The teleological nature of the Chicago Convention is reflected from the outset – from its Preamble which sets the tone and philosophy of the Convention – that aviation builds friendship and understanding among all people, to its technical provisions that range from rules of the air to landing at airports and customs and immigration procedures. The book effectively demonstrates the Aristotelian principle – that rules make people good by forming habits in them. Standardization, or in other words, compliance, is the driver of the Convention that keeps aviation safe, regular, efficient and economical. To that end, this book traces and details the sustained relevance of the Chicago Convention and the efforts of ICAO and the international aviation community towards keeping air transport on track and ready for its future exponential growth, both in letter and in spirit. ​

Aspects of International Cooperation in Air Traffic Management

  • Filename: aspects-of-international-cooperation-in-air-traffic-management.
  • ISBN: 9789041104977
  • Release Date: 1998
  • Number of pages: 309
  • Author: Walter Schwenk
  • Publisher: Kluwer Law International

This volume discusses various institutional, legal and operational aspects related to the provision of air navigation services, taking particular consideration of the current implementation of a new generation of communications, navigation and surveillance systems for future air traffic management (CNS/ATM). The primary intent is to critically review the current mechanisms for international co-operation in this field. Particularly in Europe, many efforts have been undertaken to enhance air traffic management by harmonization and integration of national developments but many parties claim that these are still insufficient and the processes are still dominated by the individual States. Following a short description of the historical developments, the global framework of cooperation established through ICAO is described, supplemented with a description of some multilateral organizations active in the field of air traffic management on a regional basis. The basic technological and operational changes envisaged with the implementation of the Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS) are described and, based on these, related institutional and legal aspects are discussed. Particular emphasis is given to developments in Europe, where during the last four decades several initiatives for enhancing the cooperation of States could not overcome the fragmentation of the airspace. The decisions of February 1997 of the ECAC Ministers of Transport on an Institutional Strategy are reflected. One chapter is devoted to questions of liability in air traffic management which are of particular importance with regard to international cooperation.

Achieving the Single European Sky

  • Filename: achieving-the-single-european-sky.
  • ISBN: 9789041137302
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Number of pages: 406
  • Author: Daniel Calleja Crespo
  • Publisher: Kluwer Law International

This book, the first to cover the SES in depth, presents unparalleled insight into a versatile and complex undertaking which will determine the future of air traffic management in Europe. Its chapters analyse the progress as well as the shortcomings and setbacks encountered in the implementation of the SES policy objectives. With forward-looking contributions from over forty well-known experts working in virtually every arena of aviation, from airports and airlines to regulatory agencies and air law practice and scholarship, the book thoroughly explains what has been achieved so far, not only in theory but in fact.

International Air Law and ICAO

  • Filename: international-air-law-and-icao.
  • ISBN: 9789077596548
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Number of pages: 351
  • Author: Michael Milde
  • Publisher: Eleven International Publishing

This book offers a compact - yet exhaustive - and easily comprehensible reference book that deals with the most general aspects of international air law, as well as with the constitutional issues and law-making functions of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Specialized legal literature dealing with different aspects of international air law is rare, the developments often overtake the existing writings and there is a continuous need not only for updating but also for future-oriented thinking. This book cannot fail to be of importance to anyone interested in international air law.

The Journal of Air Law

  • Filename: the-journal-of-air-law.
  • ISBN: UCAL:B2923026
  • Release Date: 1936
  • Number of pages:
  • Author:
  • Publisher:

Includes Proceedings of the annual meetings of the National Association of State Aviation Officials, 1931-

Essays in Air Law

  • Filename: essays-in-air-law.
  • ISBN: 9024725437
  • Release Date: 1982-04-30
  • Number of pages: 369
  • Author: Arnold Kean
  • Publisher: BRILL

European Air Law is a highly useful looseleaf compilation of the European Community legislation & the case law of the European Court of Justice. This comprehensive guide provides all relevant background material & case law in the field of aviation law & also contains: a major introduction into this dynamic field of air law a useful bibliography a practical set-up & indexes for easy reference a foreword by Karl Otto Lenz, Advocate-General at the European Court of Justice. It is a time-saving reference tool because it combines all important European Treaties with case law & other relevant literature. Update frequency: 2-3 supplements a year

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