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The book addresses the legal and regulatory problems that have stultified and continue to adversely affect the progress of air transport. In the first chapter of this book the author discusses the anomalies in the regulatory structure of air transport with particular emphasis on the Chicago Convention and some issues that may have caused the problem. In the Second Chapter, is a discussion on discuss the three obstacles preventing FDI in air transport and examine the need for encouraging FDI in the industry. It also address the legal safeguards that would be available to foreign investors in the instance of such liberalization and conclude that the international community should take a serious look at this anomaly from a consumer-protection perspective. Another grave lacuna in the current air transport scenario is the lack of attention paid to the carriage by air of cargo. The Third Chapter covers this aspect. A further troubling issue in air transport is the lack of global principles on aircraft engine emissions. Chapter Five discusses the importance to focus on the rights of the passenger, his right to accurate information, timely travel and other entitlements. Chapter Six is dedicated to a discussion on the disabled passenger. Chapter Seven is about The International Civil aviation Organization and its meaning and purpose in air transport. In the Concluding Chapter is a discussion on what should be done to ensure the objectives of the Chicago Convention and the sustainability of the air transport product and what measures one might take to improve the various disadvantages faced by air transport.