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Commercial negotiations for airport services in the UK spark a reconsideration of airport market power: How does Australia compare?
The CAA is now assessing the Australian impact of the recent UK agreements with two airlines on the market power test.
Australia
21 Oct 2013
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Finance lessons from the regulation of UK airports - a relevant case study for Australian airports
While the UK outcomes are not directly applicable to Australian airports, the issues raised by stakeholders are relevant.
Australia
9 Aug 2013
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Australia updates its aviation liability legislation
This article describes proposed changes to the Civil Aviation (Carriers' Liability) Act and the Damage by Aircraft Act.
Australia
3 Sep 2012
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Serious and imminent risk to air safety considered
This case is clear on the Court's role in the variation, cancellation, or suspension of a civil aviation authorisation.
Australia
21 Jun 2012
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Does a two-year Warsaw Convention time bar apply to a workers' compensation indemnity claim?
The decision is a concern for airlines, but will be gladly received by workers' compensation insurers and employers.
Australia
18 Mar 2012
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Trade and Transport Insurance 2011
This report discusses developments in marine and aviation insurance in Australia in 2011.
Australia
29 Feb 2012
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The Importance of the Chief Pilot to an Air Operator's Certificate
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal was recently required to consider whether the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) can issue an Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) to an organisation if the proposed operator does not have a current chief pilot.
Australia
11 Nov 2010
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Workers Compensation for Flight Crew Accident On ‘Slip-Time’
The New South Wales Court of Appeal recently considered the entitlement to compensation for a long-haul flight attendant who was knocked off a bicycle whilst on ‘slip-time’ between flights in Los Angeles, USA
Australia
14 May 2010
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Update On Air Freight Cartel Litigation
The alleged international air freight cartel is one of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) and New Zealand Commerce Commission’s (NZCC) largest ever cartel investigations. In addition Auskay International, a Melbourne vacuum importer has commenced a representative proceeding (class action) against certain international carriers in relation to the same alleged cartel. The alleged cartel allegedly set the level of fuel, security and war-risk surcharges for international air
Australia
30 Apr 2010
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Common Sense Approach to Construction of Collective Agreement
The Federal Court of Australia’s recent decision in Qantas Airways Ltd v Australian and International Pilots Association [2010] FCA 231 illustrates that the courts are likely to take a common sense approach to the interpretation of the provisions of a collective agreement. This case involved a dispute between an airline and an organisation representing its pilots over provisions in a collective agreement for overtime payments.
Australia
15 Apr 2010
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An Aircraft Step ´Accident´ – Air Link Pty Ltd V Paterson [2009] NSWCA 251
The NSW Court of Appeal decision of Air Link Pty Ltd v Paterson considered the meaning of 'accident' in the context of injuries suffered by a passenger when alighting from an aircraft, following a domestic flight.
Australia
12 Sep 2009
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Scope of Damage By Aircraft Act Considered
The Australian High Court was recently given an opportunity to consider the reach of the Damage by Aircraft Act 1999 (Cth) in the cases of ACQ Pty Limited v Cook and Aircare Moree Pty Limited v Cook (both of which were heard together).
Australia
21 Aug 2009
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Travel Agents, Fuel Surcharges And Ticket Commissions
In the case of “Leonie’s Travel Pty Ltd v International Air Transport Association, Qantas Airways Limited & Ors” [2009] FCA 280, Justice Moore in the Federal Court of Australia was required to consider a challenge by a group of travel agents to the calculation of commissions they were paid.
Australia
30 Jul 2009
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Air Carrier Liability And Insurance Arrangements And Rome Convention Under Review
The Australian Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government recently published a Discussion Paper as part of its review of Australian carriers’ liability and insurance arrangements.
Australia
4 Jun 2009
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New Governance For Aviation Safety In Australia
The Civil Aviation Amendment Act 2009 and the Transport Safety Investigation Amendment Act 2009 recently passed through Australia's Parliament. The passing of these two Acts ensures the implementation of two key aspects of the Federal Government's national aviation policy.
Australia
3 Apr 2009
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Montreal Convention 1999 Finally Takes To The Air In Australia
The Civil Aviation Legislation Amendment (1999 Montreal Convention and Other Measures) Act 2008 (the Act) will come into effect in Australia on 24 January 2009, bringing Australian legislation up to date and in alignment with that now in place in much of the world.
Australia
22 Jan 2009
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Australian Aviation Industry Green Paper
The Australian Federal Government has just released its Aviation Industry Green Paper, the next step towards the creation of Australia's comprehensive and forwardlooking national aviation policy.
Australia
12 Dec 2008
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Jurisdiction, ´Place Of Destination´ And The Warsaw Convention
In a recent case, the New South Wales Court of Appeal considered the jurisdiction of Australian courts for claims arising from international round trip flights that include Australia.
Australia
4 Nov 2008
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An Uncertain Landing!
The recent decision of the Full Federal Court in Sydney Airport Corporation Limited v Australian Competition Tribunal (Sydney Airport) arguably creates considerable uncertainty as to whether particular services are likely to be declared under the Trade Practices Act.
Australia
20 Dec 2006
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