Monthly Archives: October 2011

Legal Aspects of Aircraft Lease Agreements

Mark Atwood, of Cozen O’Connor’s Washington D.C. Office, spoke last month at a legal seminar in Dubai, UAE, on “Legal Aspects of Aircraft Lease Agreements,” co-sponsored by Cozen O’Connor and United Insurance Brokers. Participants included representatives of carriers and leasing companies in

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Germany Reduces Airline Passenger Ticket Tax due to EU Emissions Trading Scheme

Germany is already working to reduce the financial impact of the European Union’s emissions trading scheme on air travelers. The German government announced this week that it will cut its controversial plane ticket tax next year to compensate for additional

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FAA Inspector “Cooling Off” Rule Takes Effect October 21

On October 21, 2011, the FAA’s new “cooling off” rule will take effect. The rule requires a two-year “cooling off” period before former FAA safety inspectors can represent certificate holders on certain matters before the FAA.  It applies to all

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