Introduction to Air Law / Edition 8by I.H.Ph. Diederiks-Verschoor, M. A. Butler
Pub. Date: 10/28/2006
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Time and again, through seven previous editions, 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,
Time and again, through seven previous editions, 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, organisations and conventions, automation, liability for damage, search and rescue operations, and criminal offenses such as hijacking.
In addition to the books well-known detailed analysis of the Warsaw System and the Chicago Convention on Civil Aviation still the two main pillars of present-day aviation legislation this thoroughly revised and updated edition incorporates material on such crucial new and emerging issues as the following:
• the enormous change in basic assumptions and perceptions regarding aviation security that have come about as a result of the increase in international terrorism;
• the effect of the coming into force of the Montreal Convention 1999 on liability of air carriers and the Cape Town Convention 2001 on security interests in mobile equipment;
• the advent of the European Aviation Safety Agency;
• the growth of the European 'single sky initiative; and
• new rules in such areas as insurance, the right to fly, and liability for maintenance of aircraft.
The Eighth Edition adds a completely new chapter on European law in the field of air transport, and the presentation throughout brings the books coverage of aviation jurisprudence up to date, with relevant new cases from the US, the UK, and elsewhere. An index by subject and an extensive bibliography complete the volume.
The many practitioners, officials, business people, and academics with a professional interest in aviation law will appreciate this new edition of one of the fundamental works in the field, and newcomers will discover an incomparable resource.
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Table of Contents
Preface, Table of Cases, Table of International Conventions and Other Agreements, List of Principal Abbreviations and Acronyms, Glossary of Useful Terms Chapter 1 History and Development of Air Law I. Introductory Note II. The Origin III. The Autonomy of Air Law IV. Sources of Air Law V. The Paris Convention of 1919 VI. The Ibero-American Convention and the Pan-American Convention VII. The Law of Treaties VIII. Principal Organizations in Aviation Chapter 2 The Chicago Convention of 1944 on International Civil Aviation I. The Preparatory Stage II. The Convention III. Freedom and Sovereignty IV. Scheduled and Non-Scheduled Air Traffic V. Cabotage VI. Airline Co-Operation VII. Nationality VIII. Airports IX. Aviation Personnel X. Jurisdiction XI. State Aircraft XII. Measures to Facilitate Air Navigation XIII. International Organizations (Worldwide) XIV. Regional Organizations and Agreements XV. Bilateralism XVI. Deregulation Chapter 3 European Community Legislation in the Field of Air Transport I. Introduction II. Primary legislation III. Secondary Community Legislation IV. Community Legislation in the Field of Air Transport V. Concluding Note Chapter 4 The Liability of the Carrier under the ‘Warsaw System’ I. Introductory Note II. The Warsaw Convention III. The Hague Protocol IV. The Guadalajara Convention V. The Montreal Agreement of 1966 VI. The Guatemala Protocol VII. The Four Montreal Protocols of 1975 VIII. The Montreal Convention of 1999 IX. Concluding Remarks Chapter 5 Product Liability in Aviation I. Introductory Note II. The Evolution Towards Strict Liability III. Crashworthiness IV. Punitive Damages V. Codification of Product Liability Chapter 6 Air Navigation, Automation and Airworthiness I. Introductory Note II. Aircraft Handling III. Air Traffic Control IV. Aircraft Design and Maintenance V. Passenger Handling VI. Cargo Handling VII. Concluding Notes Chapter 7 Surface Damage and Collisions I. Damage Caused to Third Parties on the Surface II. Air Collisions Chapter 8 Insurance I. Introductory Note II. History III. Risk Evaluation IV. Insurance V. Hijacking VI. Concluding Note Chapter 9 Rights in Aircraft I. Precautionary Attachment of Aircraft II. International Recognition of Rights in Aircraft Chapter 10 Assistance and Salvage I. Introductory Note II. The Brussels Convention III. Search and Rescue (Chicago Convention, Article 25 and Annex 12) IV. Financial Aspects V. Concluding Remarks Chapter 11 Penal Law and Aviation I. The Tokyo Convention II. The Hague Convention III. The Montreal Convention IV. Concluding Remarks V. Unruly Passengers, Bibliography, Index
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