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  1. Twobirds news
    27 March 2018
    Bird & Bird's Aviation Disputes team secures a US$90m payout for BOC Aviation in landmark case

    Bird & Bird's Aviation Disputes team in London has successfully represented Singapore-based BOC Aviation and BOC Aviation, Ireland, in a landmark case against the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines Limited, and its parent ...

  2. Twobirds news
    02 February 2021
    Bird & Bird advises Urban-Air Port Ltd on its partnership with Hyundai Air Mobility to develop urban air mobility infrastructure

    International law firm Bird & Bird advises Urban Air Port Limited on its partnership with Hyundai Air Mobility (a Hyundai Motor Group division) to develop urban air mobility infrastructure.

  3. Legal news
    18 December 2019
    CCCS Approves Removal of Emirates' Singapore-Brisbane Capacity Commitments; Public Feedback Sought on Proposed Commercial Cooperation between Singapore Airlines and Malaysia

    Under Singapore competition laws, not all mergers give rise to competition issues. A "merger" from a competition law angle would encompass the acquisition of a majority stake of one entity in another, or the transfer or ...

  4. Legal news
    13 June 2019
    Can foreign litigants be bound by English jurisdiction clauses contained in contracts to which they are not a party?

    Competing jurisdiction clauses and whether foreign litigants can be bound by English jurisdiction clauses contained in contracts to which they are not a party considered in the recent The English Court of Appeal ...

  5. Legal news
    18 June 2019
    International aviation & climate change: the UK's net-zero emissions proposition

    Following World Environment Day on 5 June, and the UK Government's announcement of a net-zero emissions target by 2050, we look at the report from the UK Committee on Climate Change, which has significant implications ...

  6. Legal news
    13 March 2019
    Air Traffic Rights: is the UK getting closer to reaching a deal with the EU?

    Recent political developments may leave many people with uncertainty of how the UK will leave the EU or even when. The possibility of a "no deal" Brexit has focused attention on the basis on which flights would continue ...

  7. Legal news
    04 September 2019
    The UK's Airline Insolvency Review: implications for Passenger Protection and Airlines

    Our team look at the recently published UK Airline Insolvency Review Report and how its recommendations would impact both passenger protection and airlines in the event of future airline insolvencies.

  8. Legal news
    15 January 2019
    European Parliament proposes enhanced sanctions to enforce implementation of Regulation 261 on air passenger rights

    Air passenger consumer rights and Regulation 261 continue to make the headlines with further cases and continued debate over the balance between passengers and airlines. At the request of the European Parliament's ...