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A Glimpse Into How Competition Law Will Feature In Future UK Aviation Strategy
In response to the Department for Transport's green paper 'Aviation 2050: the future of UK aviation', the Competition and Markets Authority has said that a reform of the slot allocation mechanism...
UK
24 Jul 2019
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UK
16 Jul 2019
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New EU Rules On Aviation Competition Cleared For Take-Off
Non-EU air carriers and/or countries could be investigated by the European Commission (EC) under a new EU Regulation aimed at safeguarding competition in air transport
UK
13 Jun 2019
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The End Of LIBOR – And What Aircraft Financiers And Lessors Can Do About It
LIBOR is likely to come to an end after 2021. In the global financial and leasing markets, loans, leases, bonds, hedging,
UK
23 Jan 2019
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"No Deal" Brexit – Will It Clip The UK's Wings?
With Brexit D-Day fast approaching on 29 March 2019 (the withdrawal date) and no clear agreement in sight, we explore the current EU framework for UK airlines ...
European Union
23 Jan 2019
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Pre-Take Off Checks: Merger Control Clearance Required For Wet Leasing Arrangements?
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has completed its first merger investigation into a wet lease arrangement between two airlines.
UK
15 Jan 2019
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AI And Drones, A Love Affair (Part I)
Drones' universe is one of the most explosive industries on a global scale. Today's drones are utilized for a number of different purposes, ranging from military to commercial usage.
Italy
7 Dec 2018
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Recent Developments In Aircraft Finance And Leasing – AFIC, Balthazar And GATS
AFI launched in 2017 and supported more than US$1 billion of new aircraft deliveries in that year. AFIC grew out of the recent drying up of export credit support for Boeing and Airbus financings.
UK
29 Nov 2018
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Prepare For Take-Off: One Month To Respond To Consultations On Package Travel Reforms
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is consulting1 on changes to the ATOL Standard Terms – the standard conditions attached to ATOLs2
UK
2 Mar 2018
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I'm Sorry I Haven't A CLU – Swaps Claim Relating To Bank's Failure To Disclose Internal Credit Provision Is Dismissed – London Executive Aviation V. The Royal Bank Of Scotland Plc [2018] EWHC 74 (Ch)
In a robust judgment, Mrs Justice Rose (the Judge) has dismissed claims for negligence and misrepresentation in relation to two interest rate hedging products (the HPs) sold to the claimant (LEA).
UK
24 Jan 2018
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Flying Into The Future: Would ATOL Reforms Have Helped More Monarch Customers?
Shortly after the last ever Monarch Airlines flight landed at Manchester Airport in the early hours of Monday morning, the airline entered administration, prompting the CAA to launch its "biggest peacetime repatriation"...
UK
11 Oct 2017
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Brexit And The Aviation Industry: Up In The Air?
The aviation sector is crucial to the UK economy. The UK government has said it wants to work with industry to ensure the sector remains "prosperous and open for business" post-Brexit.
UK
6 Apr 2017
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Aviation Emissions – New Global Deal Looks Likely
Government officials are negotiating a market-based mechanism to reduce emissions in the international aviation industry.
UK
5 Oct 2016
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We're All Still Going On A Summer Holiday With British Airways
91 per cent of the 8,800 members of the British Airlines Stewards and Stewardesses Association have voted to take industrial action against their employer British Airways.
UK
24 Aug 2016
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Aircraft Finance Briefing - A Practical Guide To The Cape Town Convention
For airlines and other aircraft operators, Cape Town's virtues are that improved creditors' rights can translate into better pricing.
Worldwide
1 Dec 2015
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Aircraft Mortgages And The English Conflict Of Laws – Blue Sky One Revisited
Aircraft financiers often structure deals so they may repossess the aircraft as
UK
18 Feb 2015
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Helicopters, UK Cape Town Ratification And English Insolvency Law - Best Leave Well Alone?
The UK is to ratify the Cape Town Convention and its Aircraft Protocol (together, Cape Town). This may help UK aircraft operators access cheaper capital markets funding.
UK
17 Feb 2015
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