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Since the launch of the first artificial satellite – Sputnik 1 – by the Soviet Union in 1957, and the landing of the first human on the Moon in 1969, astronauts and other spaceflight participants have travelled to the International Space Station, probes and rovers have explored the solar system...
In judgments handed down by the General Court on 17 February 2021, the General Court has dismissed Ryanair’s challenges against Commission decisions approving Covid-19 related aid to airlines licensed in Sweden (T-238/20) and France (T-259/20) respectively.
Since the start of vaccination against Covid-19 there is an ongoing debate on privileges for people that achieved immunity either by vaccination or a recovery from Covid itself. With the beginning of the vaccination process, airlines and their associations have been addressing the need of...
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) leadership has realized the increasing importance of space. Hence, it has been investing in space science and technology since the 90s, and has been able to develop a diverse space sector, and compete globally. Recognizing this importance, the UAE developed its...
Kong Hong is a regional and international aviation hub and aviation is the lifeblood of the Hong Kong economy, providing connectivity for the flow of people and goods between the city and the rest of the world. Despite its significance to Hong Kong’s economy, Hong Kong’s aviation market has a...
Neither customary international law nor existing outer space treaties provide clear answers as to whether property rights can exist in outer space. In this Article, I will argue that under international law, there exists a fragmented system of property rights, namely, a right to use outer space...
The purpose of this article is to illustrate and analyse the decisional practice of the European Commission in assessing during the pandemic outbreak airport State aid schemes, based on Article 107(3)(b) of the Treaty Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) and on Article 107(2)(b) TFEU on...
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