Aviation law: an introduction

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Maryland Historical Press, 1979 - Law - 476 pages
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CONTENTS Part I: This Is Aviation The Physical Facts of Flight An Aviation/Legal Chronology Part II: The Development of Law in the United States European Background of U.S. Legal Philosophy State & Federal Courts Systems, U.S. U.S. Law: Torts, Bailment, Contracts Part III: Aviation & Federal Regulation U.S. Air Law: Its Development via Federal Legislation The FAA The CAB & Air Carrier Deregulation The National Transportation Safety Board Part IV: State Regulation State Aviation Commissions Part V: U.S. Laws as Applied to the Components of Aviation Aircraft Ownership Airports & Airport Businesses Airmen: Rights, Responsibilities, Organizations Manufacturers of Aircraft & Components The U.S. Airlines Part VI: International Aviation Law The Development of International Law International Aviation Organizations Part VII:Our Evolving Air Law Supersonic Flight Hijacking The Flyer & the Farmer: Aerial Application, Weather Modification The Sportsman Flyer: Hang Gliding, Super-Light Aircraft, Balloons, Soaring Labor Movements Bankruptcy APPENDIX Glossary of Aeronautical Terminology: Glossary of Legal Terminology Bibliography: Index

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Contents

THE PHYSICAL FACTS OF FLIGHT
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AN AVIATIONLEGAL CHRONOLOGY
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EUROPEAN BACKGROUND OF U S LEGAL PHILOSOPHY
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