Brexit | Aviation
Brexit – will the flying public notice any meaningful difference?
We have a dedicated aviation regulatory practice, an area that is of growing importance to the industry. Our lawyers have a deep understanding of complex aviation regulations and of the airline business, and can advise clients on the commercial implications and consequences.
We act for airlines in relation to all aspects of aviation safety, security and economic regulation, and market access, pursuant to both international and national law. We have particular expertise in advising airlines on the issue of Air Operator Certificates and licensing, as well as on EU Regulation 261/2004 in connection with denied boarding, cancellations and delay.
We advise on competition law in the aviation sector, including on alliances and on mergers & acquisitions State aid rules. We also advise on code sharing, frequent flyer participation, bilateral air service agreements, international aviation conventions, and the ever-increasing volume of EU law affecting aviation.
Due to our extensive international footprint, we can provide advice on a multi-jurisdictional basis.