The International Air Law course aims to enable representatives of Civil Aviation Administrations, Civil Aviation Authorities, Airports and Air Navigation Service Providers to support their organization in compliance with international air law, through application of appropriate knowledge and advocacy.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to accomplish the following:
a) learn the concepts and rules of international air law;
b) explain the relevance of the rules and procedures of international air law for their own role and functions in their organization; and
c) apply their knowledge and understanding to assist their national administration in improving implementation.
Module 0: Introduction
Module 1: Principles of International Law
Module 2: Legal Framework for Aviation Safety
Module 3: Legal Framework for Aviation Security
Module 4: Air Transport Agreements and Liberalisation
Module 5: Air Carrier Liability
Module 6: Aircraft Finance and Registration of Security Interests
Primary Target Population
Representatives (eg, administrators, lawyers, managers), with or without legal education, from:
- Civil Aviation Administrations;
- Civil Aviation Authorities; and
- Airports and Air Navigation Service Providers of Member States;
As well as government officials with responsibilities for civil aviation policy, legislation and enforcement.
English language proficiency to successfully follow the course