Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Le droit aérien (Volume 71)

(28,074 words)

Author(s): Pépin, Eugène
Pépin, Eugène Keywords: International air law | Mots clefs: Droit aérien international | ABSTRACT Concerning aeronautics, lawyers have outpaced inventors, notes Eugene Pepin. Well before aircraft could really be stolen, lawyers are concerned with the problems already raised due to the flow of balloons, aerostat and the navigation of devices heavier than air; lawyers attempt to find international solutions to these problems. The author starts his course by a talk on the formation of air law. He then studies th…

Questions Of Public International Air Law (Volume 81)

(34,280 words)

Author(s): Goedhuis, Daniel
Goedhuis, Daniel Keywords: International air law | Mots clefs: Droit aérien international | ABSTRACT In this course, Daniel Goedhuis focuses on the different Questions of International Air Law. The author begins with an in-depth study of the airspace regime as it exists in 1952. After a presentation of the principle of sovereignty, he examines the nature and content of sovereignty over airspace and then the conventional limitations imposed on that sovereignty. Finally, the author outlines the attitude of the publicist toward the regime and the possible solutions to the problems. Dans…

Some Aspects of the International Law of the Air (Volume 75)

(26,891 words)

Author(s): Y. Jennings, R.
Y. Jennings, R. Keywords: International air law | Mots clefs: Droit aérien international | ABSTRACT R. Jennings devotes his course to Some Aspects of International Air Law. After a presentation of the development of the substantive air law before and after the Second World War, the author focuses on the International Organization of Civil Aviation. He describes, in particular, the structure and the role of the organization. Finally, the author examines ICAO's relations with the United Nations. R.Y Jennings consacre son cours à quelques aspects du droit international aéri…

Le transport international aérien de passagers (Volume 373)

(79,318 words)

Author(s): Cachard, Olivier
Cachard, Olivier Keywords: Carriage of passengers and their luggage | Aircraft accidents | Private air law | International air law | Air transport | Unification of law | Contractual responsibility | Choice of law | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT Civil aviation has seen a standardization of its law due to the massification of air traffic, as well as the willingness of certain actors in favor of this standardization in the inter-state and multilateral framework. The course focuses on the application of this uniform law by the rules ratione materiae as ratione loci, and how the scope of applicati…