Manage cross-border air services
Keep up-to-date and explore the regulatory landscape with the help of our industry experts.

​International air transportation is governed by a complex and fragmented system of global regulatory agencies. Aviation law has always been a challenging field involving international borders, multiple jurisdictions, and conflicting requirements. 

Our Law and Regulations training leverages IATA’s extensive international presence to facilitate the cross-border provision of air services in a safe, secure, and economical manner. Our courses provide regulators and legal staff with a global perspective to manage the regulatory process.


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Found 40 courses and diplomas

European Union (EU) Aviation Law (classroom)

Gain up-to-date knowledge of the challenges faced by airlines operating to, from or within the European Union (EU).

  • English

Global Aviation Competition/Antitrust Law (classroom)

Gain a clear understanding of the relevant practical issues of EU competition substantive rules, as well as EU institutions and their rules.

Human Trafficking Awareness (e-learning)

Learn the most recent techniques on how to spot and how to manage human trafficking situations

  • English

IATA - Embry-Riddle US Aviation Law Diploma

Participants will be introduced to administrative law and the role of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the rule making process, the FAA enforcement process, and role of NTSBs in the appeals process.

  • English
  • Español

Implementing Voluntary Passenger Carbon Offset Programs (classroom)

Understand how to successfully implement and run a passenger offset program, to improve passenger acceptance, and to increase uptake rates by applying best practices for carbon offsetting.

  • English

International Air Law and Passenger Rights - University of Geneva (classroom)

Strengthen your understanding of the context and requirements of international air law, air service agreements, open skies agreements and traffic rights

  • English

International Air Law Diploma

A comprehensive overview of the legal regimes applicable to all aspects of the aviation industry.

  • English
  • Español

International Air Law for Lawyers and Legal Professionals (classroom)

Strengthen your understanding of air service agreements and public and international air law.

Law of Aviation Insurance (classroom)

Gain clarity on the main aviation insurance conventions and protocols, types of coverage available, and practices for insuring hull and liability risks.

Legal and Financial Issues for Air Navigation Service Providers (classroom)

Understand the impact of state rights and obligations, charging policy, facilities financing, management and control on your air navigation services.

  • English

Legal Compliance during COVID-19 (LIVE virtual classroom)

Gain up-to-date knowledge of the particularities, requirements and challenges faced by airlines operating to, from or within the European Union (EU) during the COVID-19 crisis.

  • English

Managing Aviation Policy and Regulation (classroom)

Obtain the necessary skills to manage civil aviation policy and regulation.

Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Requirements Under CORSIA (classroom)

An excellent overview of fuel monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) requirements under CORSIA

  • English

NOTAM Origination for Airports (classroom)

Providing the necessary understanding of AIS and the detailed knowledge needed to take the role of NOTAM initiator, effectively and safely, meeting the expectations of regulators

  • English

Public Policy and Regulation for Civil Aviation - Carleton University (LIVE virtual classroom)

The Public Policy and Regulation for Civil Aviation course is about regulatory governance in civil aviation.

  • English

Regulatory and Operational Management of the CAA – Part 1 (classroom)

This comprehensive, practical course covers all the main areas of responsibility for CAAs