Airline Business and Law
Air & Space Law: Interdisciplinary analysis of the legal issues confronting airlines in such areas as economics, finance, securities, bankruptcy, pricing, marketing, distribution, alliances, joint-ventures and competition.
Offered by: Air and Space Law
- Fall 2014
- Yaw O Nyampong
This course provides an interdisciplinary examination of the business and legal issues confronting airlines in such areas as economics, pricing, securities, bankruptcy, pricing, marketing, distribution, alliances, joint-ventures and competition. It examines the practical and legal dimensions of the regulatory and financial challenges of “starting up” a new airline, purchasing and leasing aircraft, and expanding its operations. Tax implications of aircraft finance also are explored.
- Term: II
- Prerequisites: None
- Seminar: Yes
- Evaluation: refer to the most recent Course Offerings document found on the SAO's Current courses & registration information page, from which the latest exam schedules can also be downloaded.
- Maximum Enrolment: Not available
- Teaching Hours: Not available
- Language of Instruction: English
The New Frontier (January 2014) [.pdf]
Airline Alliances: Why they form, how they work, how to improve them (Oct 2013) [.pdf]
Air Carrier Regulation: The US, EU, UK and Canadian examples (Oct 2013) [.pdf]
Airline Bankruptcies: the Post-Deregulation Epidemic (Oct 2013) [.pdf]
Airline Financial Woes: the Cyclical Crisis in Commercial Aviation (Oct 2013) [.pdf]
Competition and Antitrust Laws (Oct 2013) [.pdf]
The Airline Business (Oct 2013) [.pdf]
Airline Alliances (Nov 2011) [.pdf]
Supportable Capacity [.pdf]
Flying through turbulence [.pdf]