Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Some Recent Aviation Law Articles

Blog readers looking to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in aviation scholarship may wish to take note of the following articles related to regulatory issues:

  • Ruwantissa Abeyratne, Aircraft Registration--Legal and Regulatory Issues, 34 Annals Air & Space L. 173 (2009)
  • Donald R. Andersen, Recent Developments in Aviation Law, 74 J. Air L. & Com. 153 (2009)
  • Martin Bartlik, The Extension of EU Emissions Trading Scheme to Aviation Activities, 34 Annals Air & Space L. 151 (2009)
  • Mark Andrew Glynn, Birds of a Feather: Network Carriers Flock Together in Early Experiences of Transatlantic Open Skies, 34 Annals Air & Space L. 207 (2009)
  • Peter C. Haanappel, The Impact of Changing Air Transport Economics on Air Law and Policy: A Short Commentary, 34 Annals Air & Space L. 519 (2009)
  • Angela Klingmüller & Ulrich Steppler, EU Emissions Trading Scheme and Aviation:  Quo Vadis?, 34 Air & Space L. 253 (2009)
  • Maarten Peeters, The New EC Regulation on Computer Reservation Systems, 34 Air & Space L. 227 (2009)
  • Birgit Rumersdorfer & Sigmar Stadlmeier, The Ryanair/Charleroi Case Before the European Court, 34 Air & Space L. 309 (2009)
  • Charles E. Schlumberger, The Oil Price Spike of 2008: The Result of Speculation or Early Indicator of a Major and Growing Future Challenge for the Airline Industry, 34 Annals Air & Space L. 111 (2009)
  • Benjamin D. Williams, Comment, Playing the Slots: The FAA Gambles With Its Controversial Congestion Management Plan for New York's Busiest Airports, 74 J. Air L. & Com. 437 


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