Aviation Law

Course Number: 
AER 3110
Semester: 
Spring
Subject: 
Aviation (AER)
Credits 
3.00

This course provides professional guidance on aviation law to aviation professionals, including how the legal system works in relation to aviation, administrative agency regulations, and decision-making based on Federal Aviation Regulations, which establish standards of legal behavior to hold professionals accountable. Given the ease with which civil aircraft cross national borders as part of transportation’s key role in today’s global economy, it also covers international concerns controlled by the Chicago Convention and its several Annexes published by the International Civil Aviation Organization emphasizing current statutory and regulatory changes. The student is taken through many real-life scenarios and discussions to give a vivid experiential basis for decision-making in their aviation careers.

3 hours of lecture per week

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