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Electric propulsion of aircraft is a growing phenomenon in a sector subject to mounting scrutiny with regard to its environmental impact. Here, our Aviation team looks at some of the political, industrial and regulatory ...
Over the summer the UK's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published guidance for businesses on the domestic regulations that implement the new Package Travel Directive – the Package Travel ...
In our article on 23 July 2018 on the Advocate-General's opinion in flightright –v- Iberia and the ECJ decision in Wirth –v- Thomson we noted the different treatment of Regulation 261 claims arising from carriage on ...
A brief summary of the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation, CORSIA, and what airlines should be ready for in 2019
Partner Andrew White summarises seven key issues regarding commercial contracts and COVID-19, and shares five surprises – points which may not be familiar even to those immersed in the subject.
On 23 January, the UK's Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") provisionally found that the proposed takeover of Sky plc by 21st Century Fox would not be in the public interest due to media plurality concerns.
BA's confirmation last week that hackers had accessed customer data by breaching its website and mobile app security has brought a host of unwelcome media attention on the airline and set off a flurry of pointing ...
Simon Phippard and Sandra Nicolle take a look at a recent passenger rights case and the questions it raises around extraordinary circumstances and how jurisdiction is determined.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has rendered a landmark decision ruling that airports must not agree with individual airport users preferential airport charges different from those approved by the ...