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International Air Law

The International Air Law course covers the national and international legislation which forms the regulatory framework within which the aviation industry operates. The International Air Law course aims to provide the necessary knowledge and skills to allow representatives of Civil Aviation Authorities, Airlines, Airports, Air Navigation Service Providers and other regulated entities to support their organisation in applying international air law to daily operations. 


Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of the course, participants will have achieved an understanding of the following: 

  • the concepts and rules of international aviation law; 
  • the concepts and rules of EU aviation regulation; 
  • the concepts and rules of national aviation legislation; 
  • how these regulatory and legislative regimes work together,
  • how to apply this knowledge and understanding within their respective organisations.

Target Audience:

Representatives (eg, administrators, lawyers, managers), with or without a legal background, from:

  • National Aviation Authorities;
  • Regulated entities within the aviation industry of Member States
  • Governmental officials with responsibilities for civil aviation policy, legislation and enforcement.”

Register your interest

Aviation Law Courses coming shortly - please contact training@iaa.ie for further information.