International air transport law

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1992 - Law - 230 pages
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This study analyses the main policy objectives and dilemmas of the air transport industry, and examines the concepts, institutions and principles governing international air transport activities, including those drawn from the areas of civil and penal air law. The role of existing legal instruments in serving various air transport policy objectives and their contribution to the present disintegration of the world air transport system is also explored.
Finally, some conclusions are drawn concerning the prospects for a more harmonized worldwide or plurilateral international air transport system against the background of recent developments in GATT services trade negotiations, the forthcoming European air transport integration, and the dramatic change in East-West relations.
International Air Transport Law reflects its author's wide experience in IATA, ICAO, regional and bilateral air negotiations, and provides the reader with information not readily available from other (Western) sources. It constitutes a valuable tool for researchers, students and practitioners dealing with international aviation law and policy issues.

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Contents

BASIC AIR TRANSPORT POLICY GOALS
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DETERMINANTS OF FOREIGN AIR POLICY
11
CARRYING OUT NATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT
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