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HarleyJames Law | Bahamas | 11 May 2022

Addendum to request for pre-qualifications for Grand Bahama International Airport PPP procurement process

The Department of Aviation and the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation recently announced the official launch of the Bahamas airports public private partnership procurement process for the Grand Bahama International Airport. Following the initial release of the government's request for pre-qualifications, an addendum has been added to the Department of Aviation's website. The addendum......
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KaiRong Law Firm | China | 27 Apr 2022

Airports' safety assurance obligations to passengers

To what extent should Chinese airports be obliged to assure the safety of passengers? A recent case involving a personal injury claim filed by a passenger on behalf of a domestic airport could provide some insight into Chinese legislation and the courts' view on this matter.
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HarleyJames Law | Bahamas | 13 Apr 2022

PPP procurement process for Grand Bahama International Airport launches

The Department of Aviation and the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation recently announced the official launch of the Bahamas airports public private partnership procurement process for the Grand Bahama International Airport. The launch of the programme is a step in the right direction to assist with the necessary upgrades required for those airports in the Bahamas where there has been a......
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Lexology PRO | Central & South America, Mexico | 25 Mar 2022

COFECE hits international airport with €38 million fine

Mexico City’s international airport has been ordered to pay a €38 million abuse of dominance fine, after the country’s competition authority concluded it restricted a luxury bus company from providing transport services to travellers.
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SKRINE | Malaysia | 23 Mar 2022

Court dismisses AirAsia's appeals against 40 million Malaysian ringgit award to Malaysia Airports (Sepang) for unpaid PSC

Recently, the Court of Appeal unanimously dismissed six appeals by AirAsia Berhad and AirAsia X Berhad relating to the Kuala Lumpur High Court's decision to award summary judgment to Malaysia Airports (Sepang) for unpaid passenger service charges (PSC). The Court of Appeal's decision on the legality of the PSC as well as the applicable rate has provided welcome clarity for all key players in......
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KaiRong Law Firm | China | 2 Mar 2022

Airline's duty owed to passengers at airline's check-in counters

It is well known that an air carrier is liable for damage sustained in the case of death or bodily injury of a passenger where such death or injury took place onboard the aircraft or in the course of any of the operations of embarking or disembarking. It is also possible for an airline to be liable for personal damage suffered by a passenger in situations other than the aforesaid. This was......
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bureau Brandeis | European Union, Netherlands | 5 Jan 2022

Slots, state aid and allocation systems in the aviation sector: Covid-19 leaves heavy legal mark

The Covid-19 crisis has seriously affected the aviation sector. The sudden decrease in (commercial) air traffic has forced Airlines, airports and…
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Clasis Law | India | 31 Aug 2021

Can courts adjourn proceedings if arbitral tribunals fail to address primary issues?

The Airports Authority of India approached the Delhi High Court to set aside an arbitral award passed in favour of Bentwood Seating Systems (BSS) Pvt Ltd under section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996. BSS filed an application under section 34(4) of the act, seeking an adjournment of the petition so that the arbitral tribunal could resume proceedings and provide further reasons......
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Epstein Becker Green | USA | 28 Jan 2019

NLRB Replaces Its Test for Distinguishing Between Employees and Independent Contractors - Returns to Pre-2014 Common Law Based Test

In a three to one decision issued on January 25, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or the “Board”) in SuperShuttle DFW, Inc., 367 NLRB…
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WeirFoulds LLP | Canada | 23 Jan 2019

Federal government proposes air passenger protection regulations

The Canadian Transportation Agency is seeking a public review and comment on proposed air passenger protection regulations. Among other obligations, the proposed regulations require that carriers communicate clearly with passengers regarding their rights and recourses, entitle passengers to be rebooked in the case of delay or cancellation and – in certain circumstances – provide passengers......
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