1st Edition

Brexit and Aviation Law

By Jan Walulik Copyright 2019
    144 Pages
    by Routledge

    144 Pages
    by Routledge

    Focusing on the consequences of Brexit for aviation law, this book presents the key legal issues for aviation business and administration, as well as all major stakeholders that could potentially be affected by Brexit. This will include airlines, airports, aerospace manufacturers, regulatory and judicial institutions, passengers and employees. The book will indicate groups of legal acts disturbed by Brexit and those few that will remain untouched, and develop on this basis a digest of regulatory and institutional problems that will arise in various areas of the discussed sector. Finally, the short title will deliberate on the directions of possible actions which may be undertaken to avoid post-Brexit legal incoherence. This review should give essential guidance to the industry and the authorities on both sides of the English Channel as to what to expect and how to prepare for the forthcoming legal earthquake.




    PART I

    Impact of Brexit on groups of legal acts

    1 Brexit-affected legal acts

    2 Brexit-resistant legal acts


    Impact of Brexit on aviation regulatory content

    3 Air services

    4 Airport services

    5 Fair competition

    6 Aviation safety

    7 Aviation security

    8 Environment protection

    9 Air navigation

    10 Aerospace manufacturing

    11 Aircraft finance

    12 Civil liability

    13 Aircrew rights


    Impact on institutions and proceedings

    14 Legislative branch

    15 Executive branch

    16 Judicial branch


    Post-Brexit solutions

    17 UK-EU27 forum

    18 UK domestic forum

    19 UK-third party forum



    List of official documents

    List of court judgments



    Jan Walulik, PhD is head of the Civil Aviation Laboratory at the Centre for Antitrust and Regulatory Studies, Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw, and an attorney practising in commercial and corporate law. He also lectures in air law at the Warsaw School of Economics, Poland.