Friday, May 17, 2013
There was quite a bit of noteworthy aviation law news late this week, so we thought we'd provide a list of links below.
- Though the EU has pressed the pause button on parts of its aviation emissions regulation, it is considering assessing fines on Indian and Chinese carriers that have refused to comply with monitoring requirements and never submitted permits for 2012 emissions.
- EU officials are also reportedly hoping the United States will back them in this dispute.
- The European Commission has approved the rescue loan Poland gave LOT in December.
- The New Zealand government gave its approval to the Qantas-Emirates alliance.