Aviation Law and Regulation
The development of civil aviation in the early 20th century presented a range of new legal and regulatory challenges concerning the rights of an aircraft from one state to enter the aerial territory of another. International flights threatened the territorial integrity of nation states and prompted politicians to draw up new aerial legislation and regulations to govern this new form of aerial movement. Whereas some states advocated free and open access to airspace and unrestricted aerial movement, other nations pursued a more protectionist stance based on regulation and reciprocal access arrangements. Technological developments in aircraft design and performance, combined with changing global political relations and the introduction of new forms of economic regulation have all fundamentally affected the development of air transport. This Volume explores carefully selected aspects of aviation law and regulation and examines the implications of changing regulatory intervention on the form and function of civil aviation worldwide.
Table of Contents
Volume 1 Aviation Law and Regulation
Part I – Aviation Law
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- A. Zhang and Y. Zhang, ‘Issues on Liberalization of Air Cargo Services in International Aviation’, Journal of Air Transport Management, 8, 2002, 275-287.
- P. Forsyth, ‘Regulation Under Stress: Developments in Australian Airport Policy’, Journal of Air Transport Management, 9, 2003, 25-35.
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- M. Dresner, R. Windle and Y. Yao, ‘Airport Barriers to Entry in the US’, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 36, 2, 2002, 389-405.
- S. D. Barrett, ‘Airport Competition in the Deregulated European Aviation Market’, Journal of Air Transport Management, 6, 2000, 13-27.
- L. Budd, G. Francis, I. Humphreys and S. Ison, ‘Grounded: Characterising the Market Exit of European Low Cost Airlines’, Journal of Air Transport Management, 34, 2014, 78-85.
- K. Button, ‘The Impact of US-EU "Open Skies" Agreement on Airline Market Structures and Airline Networks’, Journal of Air Transport Management, 15, 2009, 59-71.
- N. Adler and N. Hashai, ‘Effect of Open Skies in the Middle East Region’, Transportation Research Part A, 39, 2005, 878-894.
- P. Forsyth, J. King and C. L. Rodolfo, ‘Open Skies in ASEAN’, Journal of Air Transport Management, 12, 143-152.
Part II – Regulation and Deregulation
Part III – Competition and Contestability
Part IV – Open Skies
Lucy Budd is Professor of Air Transport Management and Stephen Ison is Professor of Air Transport Policy at De Montfort University, UK.