Air Law in Canada

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Western University
Management and Organizational Studies
Management and Organizational Studies 1022F/G
Suzanne Kearns

Chapter 5 Air Law in CanadaInternational Aviation Regulations aviation requires international cooperation ex airlines and pax must trust baggage systemstandardizing air law is a difficult taskChicago Convention 1944 foundation of international aviation regulations establishedNov 1944 52 states met in Chicagodiscussed issues of intl aviationcreated Convention on International Civil Aviation also called the Chicago Convention Apr 1947 finally 26 countries ratifiedChicago Convention came into effectcontains 96 articles describing privileges and restrictions of States and International Standards andRecommended Practices SARPS 190195 countries in world part of Convention no join no air travel tofrom country Convention had 4 parts1 Air Navcover general principles and apps of Convention flight over territory of contractingStates nationality of aircraft measure to facilitate air nav conditions to be fulfilled wrespect to aircraft intl SARPS2 ICAO covering org assembly council air nav commission personnel finance others3 Intl Air Transport inforeportsother air nav facilitiesjoint op orgspooled services4 Final Provisions cover other aeronautical agreementsarrangements disputes default war annexes ratifications adherences amendments denunciations definitions 18 annexes 1 Personnel Licensing 10 Aeronautical Telecommunications 2 Rules of the Air 11 ATS 3 Meteorological Service for Intl Air Nav 12 SAR 4 Aeronautical Charts 13 Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation 5 Units of Measure to be used in airground ops 14 Aerodromes 6 Op of Aircraft 15 AIS 7 Aircraft NationalityRegistration Marks 16 Environmental Protection 8 Airworthiness of Aircraft 17 SecuritySafeuarding International CIvial Aviation Against Acts of Unlawful Interference 9 Facilitation 18 The Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by AirInternational Civil Aviation Organization 1945 with Chicago Convention ICAO formed objectives include safety security environmental protection efficiency continuitylaw
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