Civil Aviation: Standards and Liabilities examines operational standards and obligations and investigates the consequences of failure to comply with them, utilising source material from major treaties such as the Chicago Convention on Civil Aviation 1944 and its key ICAO Annexes, including: SARPS (Standards and Recommended Practices), PANS (Procedures for Air Navigation Services), SUPPS (Regional Supplementary Procedures), Air Traffic Services, Rules of the Air, Aircraft Accident Investigation, Airworthiness of Aircraft, and Aeronautical Telecommunications. Key features of the ICAO Convention signed at Montreal in 1999, including carrier liability for passenger bodily injury or death, are also considered. Civil Aviation: Standards and Liabilities also examines the changing nature of civil aviation in Europe and highlights the advent of the Joint Aviation Authority (JAA) and the increasing application of the Joint Aviation Requirements (JARs), paying particular attention to their effect upon flight crew training procedures. The book also investigates topics found in international aviation litigation as well as Risk Management, Aviation Insurance and Product Liability.These procedures are developed from the IATA Security Manual and are designed to run parallel to, and in ... It refers to the IATA Technical Policy Manual and to Airport Terminals Reference Manual. ... 094 Airport Handling Quality Audit.
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