International Air Carrier Liability brings together essential treaties and airline-to-airline agreements on air carrier liability, safety and security, and supplements these with expert commentary and analysis. The examination considers the general regulatory framework of international civil aviation (including the Chicago Convention and related documents) and how the liability regime fits within that framework.
The book is divided into three parts: dealing in turn with liability, safety and security, and civil aviation regulation. Part I, for example, provides comment and analysis of the international air-carrier liability regime, how the main liability conventions operate, and the application of these conventions to international carriage by air (passengers, baggage and cargo). Given its subject matter and the universal state party participation in these conventions, this book has truly global application.
David Hodgkinson and Rebecca Johnston aim to provide a reference aid for legal practitioners (at law firms, airlines, manufacturers, aviation-related corporations and government departments and agencies), as well as academics, students (undergraduate and post graduate) and government officials regarding treaties, domestic laws and documents concerned with these vital legal issues.
Table of Contents
Abbreviations and Acronyms
PART I – LIABILITY
Section 1: Main Conventions 1.1 Warsaw Convention 1929 1.2 Warsaw Convention 1929 as amended at The Hague 1955 1.3 Guadalajara Supplementary Convention 1961 1.4 Warsaw Convention 1929 as amended at The Hague 1955 and by Protocol No.4 of Montreal 1975 1.5 Montreal Convention 1999
Section 2: Additional Protocols 2.1 The Hague Protocol 1955 2.2 Guatemala City Protocol 1971 2.3 Montreal Additional Protocol No. 1, 1975 2.4 Montreal Additional Protocol No. 2, 1975 2.5 Montreal Additional Protocol No. 3, 1975 2.6 Montreal Protocol No. 4, 1975
Section 3: Intercarrier and Carrier Agreements 3.1 Montreal Intercarrier Agreement 1966 3.2 Japanese Carriers - Conditions of Carriage and Waiver of Liability Limits 1992 3.3 IATA Intercarrier Agreement on Passenger Liability 1995
Section 4: European Regulations 4.1 Council Regulation (EC) No 2027/97 of 9 October 1997 on Air Carrier Liability in the Event of Accidents 4.2 Regulation (EC) No 889/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council
PART II – SAFETY AND SECURITY
Section 5: Safety and Security Conventions 1.1 Tokyo Convention 1963 1.2 Hague Convention 1970 1.3 Montreal Convention 1971 1.4 Montreal Convention 1991
Section 6: Compensation Conventions for Damage to Third Parties 2.1 Rome Convention 1933 2.2 Rome Convention 1952 2.3 Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties 2009 2.4 Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft 2009
PART III – CIVIL AVIATION REGULATION
Section 7: International Civil Aviation <
David Hodgkinson is a partner at HodgkinsonJohnston, an Australian aviation and aerospace law firm. David is also an associate professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Australia.
Rebecca Johnston is a partner at HodgkinsonJohnston. She is also an adjunct lecturer in aviation law at the University of Notre Dame Australia, School of Law.