The International Air Law Diploma offers a wide range of courses that go from international law, airline contracts, insurance, and aircraft acquisition to data protection and EU law that ensure you are better equipped for your role within the aviation industry. Each course has a unique combination of theory, group discussions, case-studies and role play activities that allow you to better grasp the concepts being taught and learn how to apply them in real life situations.
By attending 4 courses of your choice from the diploma you will strengthen your understanding of the context and requirements of international air law, air service agreements, open skies agreements and traffic rights. At the end you will have gained insight into the legal and institutional framework of international air law regimes by studying the role and function of principal organizations involved in regulating the industry. You will learn how air law developments and legal issues directly impact the aviation industry, and explore potential solutions to common air law issues, airline contracts and privacy aspects. Diploma code: DIPL-35
Candidates must complete 4 Elective courses within three years.
A passing mark of 70% is required on all assignments and exams. A special distinction is awarded to candidates who obtain a distinction in all, or all but one, of all course exams and assignments that make up this Diploma.
Improve your knowledge of international air cargo law conventions and recommended practices to better serve your organization and clients.
Financial and legal fundamentals to help you choose, draft, and negotiate an aircraft acquisition agreement.
Learn the basic drafting principles and agreements for aircraft sales and purchases, interlining, maintenance and catering, ground handling and more.
An overview of all relevant aspects of aviation law and regulation required in the airline industry and its partners/counterparts
Demonstrate sound skills in applying aviation law in the context of route development and opening of new destinations
This course provides a clear overview and interpretation of the EU Regulation 261/2004 that will improve how you handle passenger claims when applicable.
Identify solutions to keep your clients happy, their data safe and avoid sanctions
Gain up-to-date knowledge of the challenges faced by airlines operating to, from or within the European Union (EU).
Gain a clear understanding of the relevant practical issues of EU competition substantive rules, as well as EU institutions and their rules.
Strengthen your understanding of air service agreements and public and international air law.