Practical Aviation and Aerospace Law

Practical Aviation and Aerospace Law
Author: J. Scott Hamilton,Paul Hamilton,Sarah Nilsson
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 476
Release: 2015
Genre: Transportation
ISBN: 1619542714

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Issued in earlier editions under the title Practical aviation law.

Practical Aviation Law

Practical Aviation Law
Author: J. Scott Hamilton
Publsiher: Aviation Supplies & Academics
Total Pages: 382
Release: 2011
Genre: Law
ISBN: 1560277637

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This text is a guide to aviation law for managers, pilots, mechanics, aircraft owners, air traffic controllers, air safety investigators, or others involved in aviation as a profession or hobby. It provides the basic knowledge and perspective to understand how the legal system works in relation to aviation. Helps readers recognize and avoid common legal pitfalls, and be able to discern when they need to call a lawyer. It provides a foundation to a complex field of law. Contains frequent examples, many drawn from the author's experience in practice. The fifth edition has been updated and expanded to reflect statutory and regulatory changes.

International Aviation Law

International Aviation Law
Author: Ron Bartsch,Ronald I.C. Bartsch
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 380
Release: 2016-05-23
Genre: Law
ISBN: 9781317114437

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International Aviation Law: A Practical Guide explains the international context and application of the law as it applies to commercial and recreational aviation, and to the broader aviation environment. It provides a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of aviation law from criminal law to contract law to the legal duties and responsibility of aircrew and other aviation personnel including airport operators, air traffic controllers and aircraft engineers. Each area of the law is clearly explained in accessible language and supported with practical case studies to illustrate the application of the law within an operational aviation context. It also provides advice on how to avoid or minimize legal liability for aviation practitioners and enthusiasts.

The Principles and Practice of International Aviation Law

The Principles and Practice of International Aviation Law
Author: Brian F. Havel,Gabriel S. Sanchez
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 464
Release: 2014-03-31
Genre: Law
ISBN: 9781107020528

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This book provides an introduction to, and demystification of, the private and public dimensions of international aviation law. The air transport industry is not governed by a discrete area of the law but rather by a series of disparate transnational regulatory instruments. By combining classical doctrinal analysis with insights from newer disciplines such as international relations and economics, the book maps international aviation law's complex terrain for new and veteran observers alike.

Brexit and Aviation Law

Brexit and Aviation Law
Author: Jan Walulik
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 134
Release: 2018-12-07
Genre: Law
ISBN: 9780429490460

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Focusing on the consequences of Brexit for aviation law, this book presents the key legal issues for aviation business and administration, as well as all major stakeholders that could potentially be affected by Brexit. This will include airlines, airports, aerospace manufacturers, regulatory and judicial institutions, passengers and employees. The book will indicate groups of legal acts disturbed by Brexit and those few that will remain untouched, and develop on this basis a digest of regulatory and institutional problems that will arise in various areas of the discussed sector. Finally, the short title will deliberate on the directions of possible actions which may be undertaken to avoid post-Brexit legal incoherence. This review should give essential guidance to the industry and the authorities on both sides of the English Channel as to what to expect and how to prepare for the forthcoming legal earthquake.

Foundations of Aviation Law

Foundations of Aviation Law
Author: Michael W. Pearson,Daniel S. Riley
Publsiher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2015-02-28
Genre: Law
ISBN: 9781472445629

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Foundations of Aviation Law is an easy-reading general primer into the often complex world of aviation law, written for aviation students as well as legal professionals who are looking for broad-based, introductory coverage of the subject. The text begins with basic legal concepts that build a foundation for in-depth exploration of aviation-specific subject matter. This allows the instructor to utilize one text in situations where a basic foundation in law is required before moving into aviation law specifics. It includes citations to relevant and key court decisions that provide a solid underpinning for the student of aviation law. The book is divided into six general categories, with fifteen relevant sub-chapters, allowing focused learning into particular areas of law. Throughout it features chapter summaries, key word indices and review questions. The design easily allows instructors to develop syllabi that spotlight the specific area of law that they are interested in exploring, providing comprehensive coverage of both traditional introductory legal concepts and topical aviation subject matter.

Practical Aviation and Aerospace Law

Practical Aviation and Aerospace Law
Author: J. Scott Hamilton,Sarah Nilsson
Publsiher: Aviation Supplies & Academics
Total Pages: 516
Release: 2020
Genre: Aeronautics
ISBN: 1644250276

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"Updated and expanded in its seventh edition, "Practical Aviation & Aerospace Law" (previously "Practical Aviation Law") and its companion workbook function as a comprehensive instructive package for undergraduate and graduate aviation law courses. This book is an invaluable reference guide for aviation and aerospace business managers, pilots, maintenance personnel, aircraft owners, air traffic controllers, air safety investigators, operators of unmanned aircraft, and others involved in aviation and aerospace as a profession or hobby. It provides readers with the basic legal knowledge and perspective to understand how the legal system works in the aviation and aerospace industry. The authors help readers recognize and avoid common legal pitfalls, enabling them to recognize when they need to call a lawyer. This seventh edition is updated and expanded to reflect recent judicial decisions and changes in statutory, regulatory, and international treaty law. It covers topics surrounding the burgeoning unmanned aircraft (UAV) and commercial spaceflight segments as well, from an increasingly global viewpoint. The authors' conversational tone and combined experience, along with frequent cited examples, make this an engaging textbook and reliable resource for schools and for the industry"--

Aviation Law in Australia

Aviation Law in Australia
Author: Ronald I. C. Bartsch
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 1027
Release: 2018
Genre: Aeronautics
ISBN: 0455240973

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Reviews regulatory and industry developments and legislative requirements relating to the aviation industry.

Practical Aviation and Aerospace Law Workbook

Practical Aviation and Aerospace Law Workbook
Author: J. Scott Hamilton,Sarah Nilsson
Publsiher: Aviation Supplies & Academics
Total Pages: 118
Release: 2020-06-30
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1644250322

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This workbook was designed for use with the textbook Practical Aviation & Aerospace Law in aviation law courses offered to students preparing for aviation careers. It aids in application of legal principles set forth in the textbook to the kinds of decisions students will make in the real world of aviation as managers, pilots, mechanics, aircraft owners, air traffic controllers, air safety investigators, and others involved in aviation as a profession or hobby. Many of the workbook questions are based on real dilemmas faced by the author's clients during his more than 30 years' experience. The questions are designed as exercises to give aviation law students an idea of what can happen in real industry situations. Practical Aviation & Aerospace Law provides the basic legal knowledge and perspective to help readers understand how the legal system works in relation to aviation, recognize and avoid common legal pitfalls, and be able to discern when they need to call a lawyer. The seventh edition reflects recent judicial decisions and changes in statutory, regulatory and international treaty law. It covers topics surrounding the burgeoning unmanned aircraft system (UAS) and commercial spaceflight segments as well, from an increasingly global viewpoint.

Practical Aviation Security

Practical Aviation Security
Author: Jeffrey Price,Jeffrey Forrest
Publsiher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Total Pages: 598
Release: 2016-07-20
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9780128043592

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Practical Aviation Security: Predicting and Preventing Future Threats, Third Edition is a complete guide to the aviation security system, from crucial historical events to the policies, policymakers, and major terrorist and criminal acts that have shaped the procedures in use today, as well as the cutting edge technologies that are shaping the future. This text equips readers working in airport security or other aviation management roles with the knowledge to implement effective security programs, meet international guidelines, and responsibly protect facilities or organizations of any size. Using case studies and practical security measures now in use at airports worldwide, readers learn the effective methods and the fundamental principles involved in designing and implementing a security system. The aviation security system is comprehensive and requires continual focus and attention to stay a step ahead of the next attack. Practical Aviation Security, Third Edition, helps prepare practitioners to enter the industry and helps seasoned professionals prepare for new threats and prevent new tragedies. Covers commercial airport security, general aviation and cargo operations, threats, threat detection and response systems, as well as international security issues Lays out the security fundamentals that can ensure the future of global travel and commerce Applies real-world aviation experience to the task of anticipating and deflecting threats Includes updated coverage of security related to spaceport and unmanned aerial systems, focusing on IACO (International Civil Aviation Organization) security regulations and guidance Features additional and updated case studies and much more

Ethical Issues in Aviation

Ethical Issues in Aviation
Author: Elizabeth Hoppe
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 314
Release: 2016-05-13
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9781317141525

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Applied ethics has been gaining wide attention in a variety of curriculums, and there is growing awareness of the need for ethical training in general. Well-publicized ethical problems such as the Challenger disaster, the Ford Pinto case and the collapse of corporations such as Enron have highlighted the need to rethink the role of ethics in the workplace. The concept of applied ethics originated in medicine with a groundbreaking book published in 1979. Business ethics books began to appear in the 1980s, with engineering ethics following in the 1990s. This volume now opens up a new area of applied ethics, comprehensively addressing the ethical issues confronting the civil aviation industry. Aviation is unique in two major ways: firstly it has a long history of government regulations, and secondly its primary focus is the safety of its passengers and crew. For decades commercial aviation was viewed in the same manner as public utilities, and thus it was highly regulated by the government. Since the Deregulation Act of 1978, aviation has been viewed as any other business while other experts continue to believe that the sudden switch to deregulation has caused problems, especially since many airlines were unprepared for the change. Ethical Issues in Aviation focuses on current concerns and trends, to reflect the changes that have occurred in this deregulated era. The book provides the reader with an overview of the major themes in civil aviation ethics. It begins with theoretical frameworks, followed by sections on the business side of aviation, employee responsibility, diversity in aviation, ground issues regarding airports, air traffic control and security, as well as health and the environment. The contributors to the volume include both academics doing research in the field as well as professionals who provide accounts of the ethical situations that arise in the workplace.

Routledge Handbook of Public Aviation Law

Routledge Handbook of Public Aviation Law
Author: Paul Stephen Dempsey,Ram S Jakhu
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 362
Release: 2016-07-15
Genre: Law
ISBN: 9781315297750

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The Routledge Handbook of Public Aviation Law is the first book to incorporate a comprehensive analysis of Public Aviation Law – principally international, but also domestic law in a comparative context – in a single volume. International Law is pervasive in Aviation Law, and is incorporated into a number of major multilateral treaties (e.g., the Chicago Convention of 1944, for Public International Air Law). This is supplemented by various Annexes (promulgated by the International Civil Aviation Organization) and Conventions and Protocols (promulgated by States in diplomatic conferences). States then implement these international obligations in domestic laws that create aviation regulatory administrations that, in turn, promulgate regulations. Bringing together leading scholars in the field, this prestigious reference work provides a comprehensive and comparative overview of Public Aviation Law. It surveys the state of the discipline including contemporary and emerging areas of law, regulation, and public policy in air transportation. Each chapter begins with an overview of the international law applicable to the subject matter, followed, where appropriate, by a comparative examination of domestic statutes, regulations, and jurisprudence. The objective of the book is to identify and summarize existing areas within the context of international research, and to identify and highlight emerging areas. Both practical and theoretical in scope, the Routledge Handbook of Public Aviation Law will be of great relevance to scholars, researchers, lawyers, and policy makers with an interest in aviation law.

Aviation Law and Drones

Aviation Law and Drones
Author: David Hodgkinson,Rebecca Johnston
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 160
Release: 2018-05-16
Genre: Law
ISBN: 9781351332316

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The aviation industry is being transformed by the use of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones – commercially, militarily, scientifically and recreationally. National regulations have generally failed to keep pace with the expansion of the fast-growing drone industry. Aviation Law and Drones: Unmanned Aircraft and the Future of Aviation traces the development of aviation laws and regulations, explains how aviation is regulated at an international and national level, considers the interrelationship between rapidly advancing technology and legislative attempts to keep pace, and reviews existing domestic and international drone laws and issues (including safety, security, privacy and airspace issues). Against this background, the book uniquely proposes a rationale for, and key provisions of, guiding principles for the regulation of drones internationally – provisions of which could also be implemented domestically. Finally, the book examines the changing shape of our increasingly busy skies – technology beyond drones and the regulation of that technology. The world is on the edge of major disruption in aviation – drones are just the beginning. Given the almost universal interest in drones, this book will be of interest to readers worldwide, from the academic sector and beyond.

Air Transport Management

Air Transport Management
Author: Lucy Budd,Stephen Ison
Publsiher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 366
Release: 2016-11-10
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9781317183280

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Commercial air transport is a global multimillion dollar industry that underpins the world economy and facilitates the movement of over 3 billion passengers and 50 million tonnes of air freight worldwide each year. With a clearly structured topic-based approach, this textbook presents readers with the key issues in air transport management, including: aviation law and regulation, economics, finance, airport and airline management, environmental considerations, human resource management and marketing. The book comprises carefully selected contributions from leading aviation scholars and industry professionals worldwide. To help students in their studies the book includes case studies, examples, learning objectives, keyword definitions and ‘stop and think’ boxes to prompt reflection and to aid understanding. Air Transport Management provides in-depth instruction for undergraduate and postgraduate students studying aviation and business management-related degrees. It also offers support to industry practitioners seeking to expand their knowledge base.

Aviation Accident Law

Aviation Accident Law
Author: Lee S. Kreindler
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1963
Genre: Liability for aircraft accidents
ISBN: LCCN:63003421

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