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Regulatory Air Transport Developments in the European Union

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This chapter discusses chronological arrangement of John Balfour's selected texts on regulatory European air transport developments. Factortame, or in full R v Secretary of State for Transport ex parte Factortame, is a shipping case from the United Kingdom on appeal to the European Court of Justice (ECJ). State aids in the air transport sector are a subject on which John Balfour has written quite a few texts. State aids to restructuring airlines should be limited, it seems, to airlines from countries which have recently joined the EU. John Balfour wrote an article on the occasion of the ICAO Air Transport Conference of the year 1994 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Chicago Convention. In it, he examines the lessons that the world aviation community can learn from the European experience in liberalizing air transport regulation.

Keywords: air transport sector; Chicago Convention; European air transport developments; European Court of Justice (ECJ); Factortame; ICAO Air Transport Conference; John Balfour; United Kingdom



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