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Aviation Newsletter - Summer 2020

  • Market Insight 28 July 2020 28 July 2020
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  • Aviation

Aviation Newsletter - Summer 2020

The world has undergone a dramatic upheaval since our last Aviation Newsletter in February as a result of COVID-19, with the aviation sector suffering considerably due to restrictions on and collapse of demand for carriage by air.

Sadly for us, this included cancellation of our Clyde International Aviation Conference last month. As our sector begins its recovery, interesting questions arise as to the effects of this pandemic and what the ‘new normal’ might look like.

In this edition of our Aviation Newsletter we have a wide variety of articles from members of our Aviation Global Practice Group that explore these issues, as well as others with a broader coverage of topical developments. Its diversity reflects the unparalleled Additional Information breadth that we can offer in terms of aviation knowledge and experience, both geographically and in practice area.

We hope you find it useful. 

Contents

  • South Ameria: Aviation and COVID-19 - a brief overview
  • Prepare for take-off: pre-flight health checks for the digitally transformed aviation industry
  • ‘No-show’ clauses: Getting the balance right? An overview of the different positions across the globe
  • Alternative resolution for air transportation disputes in Spain: an imminent reality?
  • The COVID-19 pandemic and the Aviation Finance Sector
  • Dealing with requests to transfer passenger data to third-party countries
  • Terrorist attack is within the armed conflict defence
  • Is COVID-19 a Force Majeure event?
 

 

  • The effects of COVID-19 on slots at coordinated airports in the European Union and the United Kingdom
  • COVID-19 – Advice & guidance update for General Aviation activities
  • Like Heathrow, Like…: The impact of climate change on aviation infrastructure projects and current trends
  • Wave of COVID-19 consumer class actions filed against air carriers in the US
  • Aviation data and competition law
  • Passenger rights under EC Regulation 261/2004 in the ever evolving global COVID-19 pandemic
  • New proposal for the revision of Regulation (EC) n°261/2004: what could be the main changes for airlines?
  • Fall down airstairs not an ‘accident’

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