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Is the Pindell Case Manifestation of the Law of Unintended Consequences?
Zohar Zik considers the decision of Pindell Limited v AirAsia Berhad, in which the court rejected a claim made by an aircraft lessor against the lessee for damages relating to the loss of the sale of the aircraft due to late redelivery by the lessee.
UK
5 Apr 2011
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Aerospace News - February 2011
Over the last decade, PRC carriers have consolidated around three main carriers. This trend looks likely to continue.
UK
2 Mar 2011
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Injunctions: Maintaining The Dynamic Status Quo
On 3 December 2010 Mr Justice Beatson, sitting in the Commercial Court heard application to continue until trial a mandatory injunction obliging an airport operator to accept a carrier’s scheduled flights outside airport promulgated operating hours.
UK
2 Mar 2011
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Volcanic Ash And Compensation Under Regulation 261
There could scarcely be a better example of meteorological conditions incompatible with the operation of flight than the effects of volcanic explosions resulting in blanket international flight bans affecting every airline.
UK
2 Mar 2011
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When Many Become One – The Polygamous Road Ahead For PRC Carriers
Over the last decade, PRC carriers have consolidated around three main carriers. This trend looks likely to continue. This article tracks the historical backdrop, and sets the stage for a subsequent discussion on anti competition issues.
UK
2 Mar 2011
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General Risks Convention (GRC) And The Unlawful Interference Compensation Convention (UICC)
The GRC and UICC were adopted by the International Conference on Air Law held at Montreal in April and May 2009. Under the UICC strict liability is imposed on aircraft operators for third party damage caused by an aircraft as a result of an act of unlawful interference.
UK
2 Mar 2011
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Minimum Air Transport Passenger Rights
To provide increased protection of air passenger rights and to enhance Macau’s aviation service industry Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) is set to implement a new administrative regulation covering air passenger rights.
Macau
2 Mar 2011
8
EU Emissions Trading Scheme – An Update
The High Court in London has now formally referred to the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") a legal challenge on the lawfulness of the extension of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme ("EU ETS") to aviation.
UK
20 Dec 2010
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Continuation Of First Corporate Manslaughter Trial In England And Wales In Doubt
The first trial under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 has been subject to delay, certain charges have been dropped and there are now doubts as to whether the trial will continue.
UK
9 Dec 2010
10
Malone and Others v British Airways Plc, 3 November 2010*
Cabin crew complement provisions in collective agreement not incorporated into individual contracts of employment.
UK
9 Dec 2010
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Bunker Suppliers Exposed to the Financial Difficulties of their Buyers
Suppliers of bunkers would be well advised to give shipowners early notice of any claim to goods after the High Court found that a shipowner acquired good title to bunkers purchased from its charterer, which was in possession of, but had not actually paid for, the bunkers.
UK
17 Sep 2010
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E-freight on non-MAP4/Montreal Routes – can the risk be Mitigated?
In this article we explain the objectives of e-freight, the legal and contractual framework underpinning the relationship between carriers and freight forwarders and discuss the possibility of using e-freight on non-MAP4 and MC99 trade lanes.
UK
2 Sep 2010
13
EU 261 Delay Compensation: The ECJ has an Opportunity to put Things Right
The Sturgeon/Böck ruling by the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") has been the subject of continued controversy and uncertainty ever since the judgment was published in November 2009.
UK
24 Aug 2010
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Aviation Focus on Latin America
Mexico's national air transport chamber (Canaero) has reported that the country's load factor reduced between 10 per cent and 15 per cent in 2009.
Worldwide
8 Jul 2010
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EU Commission: 13th Update of the List of Airlines Banned from European Airspace
On 30 March 2010, the European Commission adopted the 13th update of the list of airlines banned in the European Union. Since the adoption of the first list on 22 March 2006, updates have been issued with reliable regularity at six monthly intervals.
European Union
8 Jul 2010
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Tort Law Reform in the People's Republic of China
The Tort Liability Law ("the Law") of the People's Republic of China (PRC) 2009 takes effect on 1 July 2010. Those doing business in China will need to understand the potential for increased liability and the associated need to expand insurance coverage.
China
8 Jul 2010
17
China – Aviation Footnotes
The Chinese aviation market continues to expand at a significant pace, although consolidation appears to be the game which airlines are playing.
China
8 Jul 2010
18
EU Emissions Trading Scheme - The Legal Challenge
On 27 May 2010, the High Court in London agreed to refer to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) a legal challenge on the lawfulness of the extension of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme ("EU ETS") to aviation.
UK
6 Jul 2010
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VAT and Customs Duties - Recent News in Relation to Aircraft
Clarification of customs duty relief for the importation of civil aircraft (JCCC CIP (10) 38 Importation of Civil Aircraft for Maintenance/Storage, 27 May 2010).
UK
6 Jul 2010
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Tandrin Aviation Holdings Ltd v Aero Toy Store LLC [2010] EWHC 40
Under English law it has been long established that a change of economic and/or market circumstances is not regarded as being a force majeure event. In a recent case, a defendant sought to challenge that position.
UK
6 Jul 2010
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