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Airline operators are faced between competing priorities of keeping their flights safe and pilots trained with scaling back operations to preserve economic safety

European Union, Global, United Kingdom - February 18 2021 Whilst the skies may have reopened for commercial flight, the picture that aviation passenger travel currently presents remains bleak. The…

Dani Tselentakis.

APIL Accidents Abroad conference 2020 - reviewing a “bumper” year for travel litigation during the Covid-19 pandemic

European Union, United Kingdom - January 18 2021 Chris introduced the conference in his capacity as Co-ordinator of the APIL International Special Interest Group, and welcomed delegates from across…

Christopher Deacon.

Boeing “gambling with the public’s safety”

USA - September 22 2020 The final Report of the US House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure on the Boeing 737 Max was released on 16 September 2020. Boeing was…

Dani Tselentakis.

Hang gliding accidents - common safety issues and bringing a claim

United Kingdom - June 15 2020 Hang gliding is a recreational activity in which a pilot utilises unpowered flying apparatus consisting of a rigid frame with a stretched fabric…

Rapid Decompression: Legal Rights and Pressure Points

European Union, USA - July 19 2018 In the first seven months of 2018, there have been 40 in-flight incidents involving problems with cabin pressure on commercial aircraft (source:…

Peter Neenan.