2014: Volume 39(1) of Air & Space Law is now available

The first issue of Volume 39 contains the following articles:

George N. Tompkins, ‘Summary of MC99 Judicial Updates 2013’ (2014) Air & Space Law, Vol. 39(1), 91–101

Chloe A.S. Challinor, ‘The Decision of the English High Court in Rogers & Anor v. Hoyle: Clipping the Wings of the Principles of Air Accident Investigation’ (2014) Air & Space Law, Vol. 39(1), 83–89

Jeremias Prassl, ‘Reforming Air Passenger Rights in the European Union’ (2014) Air & Space Law, Vol. 39(1), 59–81

Ruwantissa Abeyratne, ‘A Protocol to Amend the Tokyo Convention of 1963: Some Unanswered Questions’ (2014) Air & Space Law, Vol. 39(1), 47–58

Ludwig Weber & Artur Eberg, ‘The Cape Town Convention and Its Implementation in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)’ (2014) Air & Space Law, Vol. 39(1), 1–45

For further articles on or related to aviation law, see our Articles page.

Volume 38(4/5) of Air & Space Law is now available

The latest issue of Volume 38 contains the following articles:

Debra Erni & Niels van Antwerpen, ‘Olympic Airlines SA v. ACG Acquisition XX LLC’

Jae Woon Lee, ‘Revisiting Freedom of Overflight in International Air Law: Minimum Multilateralism in International Air Transport’

Michael Jennison, ‘The Future of Aviation Safety Regulation: New US-EU Agreement Harmonizes and Consolidates the Transatlantic Regime, but What is the Potential for Genuine Regulatory Reform?’

Ruwantissa Abeyratne, ‘The 6th Air Transport Conference of ICAO: A Critical Analysis’

Alan Khee-Jin Tan, ‘Antitrust Immunity for Trans-Pacific Airline Alliances Agreements: Singapore and China as ‘Beyond’ Markets’

For further articles on or related to aviation law, see our Articles page.

Volume 38(3) of Air & Space Law is now available

The third issue of Volume 38 contains the following articles:

Alexander Uroš Košenina, ‘Report on the Fourth Air Finance Legal Seminar of the EALA’

Alexander Uroš Košenina, ‘Aviation Product Liability: Could Air Carriers Face their ‘Life and Limb’ being Placed in Peril for the Exclusivity of the Montreal Convention?’

Berend Crans, ‘How Many Engines on a Boeing 737? An Analysis of Accession Rules in Relation to Aircraft Engines’

Jol A. Silversmith, ‘The Long Arm of the DOT: The Regulation of Foreign Air Carriers Beyond US Borders’

For further articles on or related to aviation law, see our Articles page.

AviationLaw.EU National Editor wins 2nd Prize in the annual EALA legal essay competition

Joseph Wheeler, our National Editor for Australia, co-authored with June Lee a paper titled ‘Air Carrier Liability for Delay: A Plea to Return to International Uniformity‘, which was published in the Journal of Air Law and Commerce in June 2012. The paper focuses on compensation that is available for international airline passenger delay under Regulation (EC) No.261/2004, as compared with compensation provided under the Montreal Convention 1999.

At its 24th Annual Conference in Istanbul, held on 8-9 November 2012, EALA announced that the paper won 2nd prize in its annual legal essay competition.

In 2008 EALA created an annual prize for legal essays on European air law in the broadest sense of the term. This covers issues of EC law generally as relevant to aviation, specific EC aviation law, and the relationship between EC law and national and/or international law in the context of aviation. The EALA Prize consists of free admission to the next annual conference of EALA, at which the author(s) may present a synopsis of the essay, and recognition on www.eala.aero. For further information, see http://www.eala.aero/pagini/terms-of-reference.php.

Congratulations to Joseph and June!