Air and Space

Publication
Bories, C. et L. Rapp (dirs.)., L'espace extra-atmosphérique et le droit international, Société française pour le droit international. Colloque (54th: 2021: Toulouse, France), Paris, Editions Pedone, 2021.
Cette exploration (sans jeu de mots) de l'espace sera donc passionnante car, au-delà de quelques idées reçues ou de quelques connaissances approximatives (y compris pour des juristes internationalistes), nous n'avons bien souvent qu'une connaissance lunaire (au sens figuré !) des questions posées
Publication
Cluxton, D., Aviation Law Cause of Action Exclusivity in the Warsaw and Montreal Conventions, Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022.
This incisive book tackles a controversy that has plagued the Warsaw Convention 1929 and the Montreal Convention 1999 for decades: whether the conventions provide an independent cause of action upon which a plaintiff can rely directly when pleading their action, and, if so, whether that cause of
Research guide
Air Law
The spectacular fast developments in aircraft technology in the beginning of the 20th century, made law-making necessary in this new field of transportation, in peace and in war. In 1910 the first conference on an international air law code took place in Paris.
Research guide
Space Law
Space law is a relatively new branch of law, roughly starting in 1957 with the launch of the Sputnik I, the first satellite in space.
Publication
Fiallos Pazmiño, L.F., The International Civil Operations of Unmanned Aircraft Systems under Air Law, Alphen aan den Rijn, Kluwer Law International, 2020.
The International Civil Operations of Unmanned Aircraft Systems under Air Law explores the current legal and regulatory frameworks comprehensively from the perspective of how they may facilitate the routine and cross-border operations of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
Publication
Dongar-L'évolution de la finalité des activités spatiales: un défi pour le droit de l'espace
Les principes de liberté d’utilisation de l’espace, de sa non-appropriation, de son utilisation pacifique, la notion de patrimoine commun de l’humanité, démontrent la prise en compte des intérêts de l’humanité qui irradient le droit de l’espace.