Annals of Air and Space Law: Vol. XXIV (1999)

Préface iv

Preface v

In Celebration: L. Welch Pogue viii

I. Leading Articles / Articles de Fond

Ruwantissa I.R. Abeyratne
The Fuel Tax and Emissions Trading As Market-Based Options in Air Transport

Michel Bourbonnière & Louis Haeck
Space Imaging Data Policy: A Canadian Perspective

Daphne Hulsewé
In the Tradition of Grotius: Building an Airport in the EEZ

Andreas Kadletz
Third Parties' Rights Against Air Carriers And Multimodal Transport Operators

Jan A. Krupski
Conflict of Laws in Aircraft Securitization

Michael Milde
The Warsaw System of Liability in International Carriage by Air: History, Merits and Flaws and the New "non-Warsaw" Convention of 28 May 1999

Larry Moore
Taking the Fall and Other Mishaps: An American Perspective on Airport Injuries Under International Legal Instruments

Virginia Rodriguez Serrano
Trade in Air Transport Services: Liberalizing Hard Rights

Guy Schrenzel
Les passagers perturbateurs: Aspects civils et pénaux en droit international

Francis P. Schubert
An International Convention on GNSS Liability: When Does Desirable Become Necessary?

Johannes Slenczka
Airport Congestion at Frankfurt: Legal Considerations

Henri Wassenbergh
Access of Private Entities to Airspace and Outer Space

Ludwig Weber & Arie Jakob
The Modernization of the Warsaw System: The Montreal Convention of 1999

II. book reviews / critiques de livres

Adrianus Groenewege
Compendium of International Civil Aviation
reviewed by Louis Haeck

International Air Transport Association
Essential Documents on International Air Carrier Liability
reviewed by Michael Milde

David N. Spires
Beyond Horizons: A Half Century of Air Force Space Leadership
reviewed by Robert A. Ramey


Bruno Legendre
Recent Developments at the Canadian Space Agency (CSA)

P. Ruari McDougall
The Work of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS)

André Farand
Développements récents à l'Agence spatiale européenne (ESA)

Ludwig Weber & Arie Jakob
Activities of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

David Sagar
Special Problems of Privatizing the International Mobile Satellite Organization (INMARSAT)


Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by Air

Agreement Among the Government of Canada, Governments of Member States of the European Space Agency, the Government of Japan, the Government of the Russian Federation, and the Government of the United States of America Concerning Cooperation on the Civil International Space Station

Amended Convention on the International Mobile Satellite Organization Public Services Agreement Between the International Mobile Satellite Organization, INMARSAT One Ltd., and INMARSAT Two Ltd.

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