'Editorial', John Balfour, Issue 1, pp. 1–2
'Air Passenger Rights in the Electronic Age', P. P. C. Haanappel, Issue 1, pp. 3–20
'Reciprocal Limits to the Freedom to Use Outer Space by All States: Common but Differentiated Responsibilities?', Philip De Man, Ward Munters, Issue 1, pp. 21–51
'Punctuality or a Safe Flight: Which Should Have Priority?', Jochem Croon, Jim Callaghan, Issue 1, pp. 53–60
'State Responsibility for Exogenous Interference with Air Navigation: Some Legal and Regulatory Issues', Ruwantissa Abeyratne, Issue 1, pp. 61–75
'Gauging the Effectiveness of Soft Law in Theory and Practice: A Case Study of the International Charter on Space and Major Disasters', Nathan E. Clark, Issue 1, pp. 77–111
'2016–2017 Summary of MC99 Court Decisions', George N. Tompkins, Issue 1, pp. 113–121
'Book Review: Regional Liberalization in International Air Transport – Toward Northeast Asian Open Skies, by Jae Woon Lee. (1st ed., The Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2016)', Wanlu ‘Laura’ Zhang, Issue 1, pp. 123–125
'Coming Events', Issue 1, pp. 127–127

'How Technology Drives Space Law Down Under: The Australian and New Zealand Experience', Steven Freeland, Kirsty Hutchison, Val Sim, Issue 2, pp. 129–147
'Is the World Ready for Drones?', Ewen Macpherson, Issue 2, pp. 149–178
'The Role of the Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) in the World Trade Organization (WTO) in the Aircraft Manufacturing Industry: In the Time of the Bombardier Case', Luping Zhang, Issue 2, pp. 179–189
'Legality of the Gulf Ban on Qatari Flights: State Sovereignty at Crossroads', S. G. Sreejith, Issue 2, pp. 191–203
'European Union Competition Law Developments in the Aviation Sector: July to December 2017', Martin Strom, Issue 2, pp. 205–232
'Book Review: Satellite Earth Observations and Their Impact on Society and Policy, edited by Masami Onoda & Oran R. Young. (1st ed. Berlin: SpringerOpen. 2017)', Lesley Jane Smith, Issue 2, pp. 233–236
'European Aviation Club Conference on Brexit: Brussels, 11 December 2017', Aleksandra Puscinska, Issue 2, pp. 237–259
'Coming Events', Issue 2, pp. 261–261

'Lessor Liability for Damage Resulting from an Aviation Accident', Sidhant Sharma, Issue 3, pp. 263–285
'Big Airlines with Big Data: The European Competition Law Issues Associated with Price-Setting in the Airline Industry Using Big Data Analytics and Machine-Learning and the Case for ‘Competition-by-Design’', Scott Millwood, Issue 3, pp. 287–301
'Fifth Freedom Traffic Rights: Formidable Threat or Theoretical Concern?', Jae Woon Lee, Will Horton, Issue 3, pp. 303–318
'European Air Traffic Management from a New Perspective: Competition Concerns in the Single European Sky', Iván László Arnold, Issue 3, pp. 319–355
'Italy - Carriage of Goods by Air According to Supreme Court Joint Session Judgment n. 21850 of 20th September 2017', Giuseppe Guerreri, Issue 3, pp. 357–359
'Book Review: Global Space Governance: An International Study edited by, Ram S. Jakhu & Joseph N. Pelton. (Springer International Publishing, 1st edition, Cham (Swizterland). 2017)', Roberto Cassar, Issue 3, pp. 361–363
'Coming Events', Issue 3, pp. 365–365

'In Memory of Professor Michael Milde (1931–2018)', Brian F. Havel, Issue 4/5, pp. 367–369
'How to Reconcile the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) for Aviation with the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA)?', Uwe M. Erling, Issue 4/5, pp. 371–386
'The Finnish Space Act: En Route to Promoting Sustainable Private Activities in Outer Space', Jenni Tapio, Issue 4/5, pp. 387–409
'The International Dimension of EASA Under the New Basic Regulation', Rita Sousa Uva, Issue 4/5, pp. 411–429
'Disrupted Flights and Information Duties of Air Carriers: The Interplay Between Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 on Air Passenger Rights and the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive', Michael Chatzipanagiotis, Issue 4/5, pp. 431–458
'To Fight to Save…in Space: A Legal Argument that a Space ‘Coast Guard’ Is Increasingly Necessary for Effective Twenty-First Century Space Governance', Michael R. Sinclair, Issue 4/5, pp. 459–494
'The Agency Agreement Between Travel Agents and Airlines in the Digital Milieu: Perspectives from Competition Law', Brendan Lord, Issue 4/5, pp. 495–504
'The Brazilian Supreme Court Upholds the Application of the Warsaw and Montreal Conventions', Peter Macara, Issue 4/5, pp. 505–513
'Book Review: National Space Legislation, A Comparative and Evaluative Analysis edited by Annette Froehlich & Vincent Seffinga. (Springer. 2018)', Neta Palkovitz, Issue 4/5, pp. 515–517
'Coming Events', Issue 4/5, pp. 519–519

'‘A Very Famous Payload’: The Launch of a Car into Orbit around the Sun Offers an Opportunity to Reconsider the International Framework for the Prevention of Harmful Contamination of Outer Space and the Role of COSPAR’s Planetary Protection Policy in the New Space Era', Scott Millwood, Issue 6, pp. 521–542
'Air Transport in India: Some Legal, Regulatory and Economic Issues', Ruwantissa Abeyratne, Issue 6, pp. 543–560
'Is the Cargo Liability Limit Unbreakable under the Montreal Convention?: Implications of a Civil Case in China', Jason JIN, Issue 6, pp. 563–581
'Research on Aircraft Finance Leases in China', Li Dapeng, Issue 6, pp. 583–607
'CJEU Extraterritorial Airways: A Critical Analysis of the Judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the Wegener Case', Charlotte Thijssen, Dries Deschuttere, Issue 6, pp. 609–618
'European Union Competition Law Developments in the Aviation Sector: January–June 2018', Geoffrey Deasy, Issue 6, pp. 619–643
'Book Review: The Life and Death of a Treaty: Bermuda 2, by Handley Stevens. (1st ed. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. 2018)', Richard Gardiner, Issue 6, pp. 645–647
'Book Review: Space Law: A Treatise, by Francis Lyall & Paul Larsen. (2d ed. Routledge. London and New York. 2018)', Tanja Masson-Zwaan, Issue 6, pp. 649–654
'Book Review: Aviation Law and Drones: Unmanned Aircraft and the Future of Aviation, by David Hodgkinson & Rebecca Johnston. (1st ed. New York, NY: Routledge. 2018)', Niall Buissing T.N,, Issue 6, pp. 655–657
'Coming Events', Issue 6, pp. 659–659

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