Both domestic and international aviation as well as safety is regulated by (international) air law. These rules govern the complex relationship between States, Service Providers and Passengers. The rules also govern aviation safety and the impact of aviation on the environment as well as on individuals affected by aircraft operations. It is a very broad subject of relevance to most involved in civil aviation.
Civil aviation simply couldn’t exist without the framework of international and national air laws that govern the ways we work. So what are these international agreements, and how do they affect your work every day? In this 2-day International Air Law & Policy course, you’ll find out.
After completion of the course participants will have a clear understanding of the - system of - laws, policies and practices that apply to the economic, commercial and safety aspects of international air transport, and of the roles, responsibilities and ambitions of its main stakeholders, such as airlines, national governments, international
organizations (ICAO, EU), airports and customers.
INTENDED PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE:
Aviation professionals with or without legal background, including
- safety managers
- airline managers
- legal affairs staff from airlines
- representatives of Civil Aviation Authorities
- airline government & industry managers, responsible for bilateral air transport relations
- government affairs representatives
- academics interested in public international aviation law & policy
- Ministry of Justice staff
Course subject include
- Public international air law
- Market access & economic regulation
- Safety Regulations
- Liability of airlines & airport
- Insurance & aircraft finance
- Criminal air law
- Drone regulation
- Case studies