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Future Air Navigation Systems: Legal and Institutional Aspects

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ISBN13: 9780792322092
ISBN: 0792322096
Published: May 1993
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The future evolution of civil aviation at the threshold of the 21st century will depend not only on the design of safer, bigger, energy efficient and environmentally acceptable aircraft, but in particular on the evolution of infrastructures generally described as ""air navigation systems"". The essence of future air navigation systems will be the introduction of satellite-based communication, navigation and surveillance for air traffic management purposes on a global basis.;

The current challenge for the international community will be to design and adopt a workable institutional framework and legal regulation which permits the global introduction and operation of these systems on a worldwide basis.;This work contains the report of Professor Guldiman to the ICAO Legal Committee, together with the relevant texts established by the competent ICAO bodies, and the Master of Law thesis by Stefan A. Kaiser submitted to McGill University of Montreal, Canada.

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The Institutional and Legal Aspects of the Future Air Navigation Systems. Report to the Legal Committee of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
W. Guldimann. Legal Implications of Satellite-Based Communication, Navigation and Surveillance Systems for Civil Aviation
S. Kaiser.