The Aviation Law Review's chapter for France

By Vonnick le Guillou, Julie Catala, Marie Bresson, Jonathan Rubinstein, Loïc Poullain and Guilhem Argueyrolles


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The aviation team in our Paris office participated in the first edition of The Aviation Law Review, edited by Sean Geat, on the chapter about France. 

The Aviation Law Review explains the laws and regulations applicable to the aviation sector in a concise manner, including civil and enforcement conventions and rules, concurrence laws, assurances and more and the way they apply in different aviation issues. It also highlights the practical aspects of any forthcoming changes in the law and their possible effects. 

The Aviation Law Review contains 24 chapters: 23 explaining the applicable laws in each country included and another for general European regulations.

Download the full chapter for aviation in France here or click here to request a download of the full "Aviation Law Review" book, including the chapters about other countries.