Illegal Charters and Aviation Law

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The Role of International and (Some) National Organisations

The Role of International and (Some) National Organisations

Born out of shared concerns, international and national organisations ‘feature prominently in the development of both public and private international aviation law.’1 They include international governmental organisations (IGOs) and international nongovernmental organisations (NGOs), as well as powerful national governmental authorities and trade associations whose influence stretches well beyond their home country borders.

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