By Lucy Budd, Stephen Ison
Commercial air shipping is an international multimillion greenback that underpins the realm economic system and allows the circulate of over three billion passengers and 50 million tonnes of air freight world wide every one year.
With a truly based topic-based technique, this textbook provides readers with the main concerns in air delivery administration, together with: aviation legislations and law, economics, finance, airport and airline administration, environmental concerns, human source administration and advertising. The booklet contains conscientiously chosen contributions from prime aviation students and pros world wide. to aid scholars of their reviews the e-book contains case stories, examples, studying ambitions, key-phrase definitions and ‘stop and imagine’ packing containers to urged mirrored image and to assist understanding.
Air shipping administration provides in-depth guideline for undergraduate and postgraduate scholars learning aviation and company management-related levels. It additionally deals help to practitioners looking to extend their wisdom base.
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Structure and organisation of this book This book has been designed to be accessible and informative and is clearly structured for ease of use. Each of the 20 chapters addresses a different but intrinsically interrelated aspect of commercial air transport management. Every chapter includes: • a series of detailed learning outcomes which convey the chapter’s key contents and objectives; • definitions of important terms, provided in keyword boxes; • carefully selected case studies and worked examples to aid understanding and demonstrate the practical application of key concepts; • cross-references to other chapters to remind readers of topic areas that have already been covered in previous chapters or to refer to topic areas that will be covered in more detail later in the book; and • strategically placed ‘Stop and think’ boxes to invite readers to pause and reflect on key topics and test their understanding of important issues.
In very few fields of human endeavour or scientific achievement have advances been accomplished so swiftly and with such global application. 1 Air law Air law: that branch of law governing the aeronautical uses of airspace. Throughout the world there has been considerable debate in relation to the formation of a universally agreed definition for the terms ‘air law’, ‘aeronautical law’ and ‘aviation law’. Sometimes the terms are even used interchangeably. With respect to the terms ‘air law’ or the ‘law of the air’, if they were to apply to the literal or common meaning of the word ‘air’ as the medium or the atmosphere, then this would include all the law associated with the use of the air, including radio and satellite transmissions.
The Chicago Convention 1944 in regard to ICAO) detail and confer international personality upon these respective organisations. As there is no sovereign international authority with the power to enforce decisions or even compel individual states to follow rules, international law has often been considered as not being a ‘true law’. In aviation, however, because of the extensive and important role of international institutions such as ICAO and IATA (International Air Transport Association) and the proliferation of honoured bilateral air service agreements between nations, including the almost universal ratification of international conventions concerning international civil aviation, the existence of an international law would be difficult to deny.
Air Transport Management: An international perspective by Lucy Budd, Stephen Ison