Cabotage in Air Transport Regulation

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jun 17, 1992 - Law - 264 pages
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This book assesses the present status of space activity regulation against the background of the progressive commercialization of outer space. The basic legal framework for outer space activity was established during a time when space endeavour was still in its infancy & a critical reassessment of its principles therefore forms the basis of this publication. The outcome of this analysis & the legal implications which result from applying it to practical space utilization yield an insight into the legal questions pertaining to space commercialization & its practical implementation. Commercial Utilization of Outer Space will be of great interest to academics & practitioners in the field of space activities, as well as to government policy makers in different sectors of space commercialization ranging from space transportation, satellite communication & remote sensing to space insurance & manufacturing in outer space. Wherever appropriate & feasible practical aspects have been dealt with against the background of present-day realities & developments foreseen for the future.
 

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Contents

Maritime cabotage a trade activity liable to protection
1
The multilateral legal framework of aerial cabotage
7
Table of contents
53
Autonomy and change of sovereignty
67
Operational and economic aspects
101
The integration of aviation resources including
119
Centripetal movements in
135
Table of contents
172
Synthesis and prospect for a new cabotage regime
181
The Chicago Convention of 1944
203
The Freedoms of the Air
233
Section 13 of the US International
239
Section IX of Annex 1 of the Joint Declaration of 1984
253
Index
259
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