There has been a long felt need for a book which details the legal aspects of the airport business. This book will discuss the nature of the airport business and inquire into the constraints faced by airports in obtaining their revenues. It will also discuss the liability of an airport operator for injury to persons who use the airport premises and liability for vehicular accidents landside or airside including work accidents of airport employees or other accidents caused by airport employees of the airport. The bulk of the book will be dedicated to the legal aspects of issues such as principles of lease financing of premises and equipment; employee contracts; agency; general contractual and tortuous liability of airports; negligent entrustment of property and equipment; obligations of oversight of tenants in their implementation and application of contractual terms, Risk Management; legal principles pertaining to the oversight of airport safety and security; competition; labour law; and the art of negotiation.The terminal is used to enable passengers and freight to connect with aircraft for their transportation on departure and to connect ... For instance, ICAO has in use an Airport Planning Manual573 in two parts setting out in detail, all aspects of airport planning. ... The manual starts from the fact that early aviation history recognized the need for some public control of land in the ... 9184-AN/902, Parts 1 and 2.
|Title||:||Airport Business Law|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2009-11|