Air & Space Law
Board of Editors: Berend J.H. Crans, Barrister & Solicitor, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Peter van Fenema, Adjunct Professor in Air and Space Law, McGill University, Montreal, Canada; Mark Franklin, Partner, DLA Solicitors, London, United Kingdom; Wybo P. Heere, Emeritus Lecturer in Air and Space Law and in Public International Law, Utrecht, The Netherlands; Pablo Mendes de Leon, Professor of Air & Space Law, Leiden University, The Netherlands ; Onno Rijsdijk, Director Legal, CAE Aviation Europe & Middle East, Hoofddorp, The Netherlands; George N. Tompkins, Jr., Wilson, Counsel, Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, New York, United States of America; Niels van Antwerpen, Vice President Legal, AerCap Group Service, Schiphol Airport, The Netherlands; John Balfour, Partner at Clyde & Co. LLP, London, United Kingdom; Brian F. Havel, Professor of Law and Director of the International Aviation Law Institute, DePaul University College of Law, Chicago, US.
Honorary Members of the Board of Editors: Isa H. Ph. Diedericks-Verschoor, Emeritus Professor in Air and Space Law, Utrecht, The Netherlands; Henry A. Wassenbergh, Emeritus Professor in Air and Space Law, Leiden, The Netherlands.
International Panel : Deborah Elsasser, Senior Counsel, Clyde & Co. US LLP, New York, US; Fredrik Kämpfe, Deputy Chief Legal Adviser, European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Cologne, Germany; JonPeter F. Kelly, General Attorney, Delta Airlines Inc., Atlanta, US; Maria Regina Lynch, Senior Partner Motta, Fernandes Rocha Advocados, Rio de Janeiro/São Paulo, Brazil; Anna Masutti, Professor of Air Law, University of Bologna, Italy; Ulrich Steppler, Partner Arnecke Siebold, Frankfurt Office, Germany; Alan Khee-Jin Tan, Professor of Aviation Law, National University of Singapore
Whenever authorities in the air and space law community have something to say, they are likely to say it in Air and Space Law, the preeminent journal of vital debate and information in this immensely important field.
Crossing all international and cultural lines--and presenting government, commercial and theoretical perspectives Air and Space Law provides lawyers, policymakers and businesspeople in the aviation and aerospace fields with penetrating articles that discuss and clarify such crucial issues as
• aircraft accident investigation and liability legislation
• air traffic control and related issues like congestion and environmental problems
• multilateral conventions and EU law relating to matters such as traffic rights and access to airports
• competition law
• state aid
• strategic alliances between airlines, airports, and aerospace manufacturers
• security, credit and leasing interests involved in aircraft and aircraft engine transactions
• initiatives and new technologies in the aviation and aerospace industries and
• the commercialization of space enterprise
Air and Space Law is also the first place to look for texts and in-depth commentary on important new and model legal instruments, summaries of important cases, conference reports, and news from international aviation and space organizations.
Regular features include news of the EU Competition Aviation Scene, a Case Law Digest, and book reviews. The journal's annual bibliography on air law is the most complete available.
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