Monday, September 9, 2019

New Issue: Air & Space Law

The latest issue of Air & Space Law (Vol. 44, nos. 4/5, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Cyril-Igor Grigorieff & Dimitri De Bournonville, The 1952 Rome Convention on Surface Damage and Its Application in the Case of Aircraft Noise Emission: The Example of Belgium
  • Antigoni Lykotrafiti, A Comprehensive Study of Air Transport Liberalization Through the Lens of Strategic Airline Alliances
  • Daniela María Rojas García, Out-of-State Solutions for Outer Space Disputes: Delocalizing the Troubles of the Province of Mankind
  • Stamatis Varsamos, Single till v. Dual till and the Paradox of Airport Competition
  • Dimitra Stefoudi, The Relevance and Applicability of Cybersecurity Laws with Regard to Data Storage on Board Satellites and on the Ground
  • Charlotte Thijssen & Lisa Williams, Could Confirmation from the UK Court of Appeal Allowing Airlines to Compensate Passengers Directly Help Stamp Out Ambulance-Chasing over Passenger Rights Claims in the EU?