Consistently recognised as the world's premier aviation law firm
With extensive industry know-how stretching across the entire sector, we are often found at the forefront of developments in aviation law. We are known for our handling of major aviation losses and multi-jurisidictional claims, as well as for our non-contentious work including finance, regulatory and employment.
The strength and depth of our aviation practice allows us to handle disputes of all sizes and complexity wherever they may arise.
We are experienced in all types of aviation related work, whether in the context of fleet programmes, high-value disputes, corporate transactions, commercial contracts, development of aviation infrastructure or major casualties.
With industry know-how stretching across the entire sector, we are often at the forefront of developments in aviation law. We offer our clients an unrivalled capability in handling aviation claims.
With our global network of offices and legal correspondents, we are able to respond quickly across time-zones no matter where and when an accident occurs or a claim is made.
We have extensive experience of advising on a wide range of aviation, space, insurance and reinsurance issues, resolving disputes in the UK and worldwide
In recognition of the growing importance of this area to the industry, Clyde & Co is one of the few law firms with a dedicated aviation regulatory practice.
The ever developing complexity of regulatory regimes across the world means it is vitally important that our lawyers not only have a deep understanding of aviation regulations, but that they also understand the airline business and can advise clients on the commercial implications and consequences.
The scope of our work is often international and includes advising on airline alliances, code sharing and frequent flyer participation, bilateral air service agreements, international aviation conventions, and the ever-increasing volume of EU law affecting aviation.
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.