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The Future of Air Transport Law

  • Ruwantissa Abeyratne
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Abstract

Half the world is living in cities. It is not probable that globalization will stop and, with exponential development, this city population will only grow globally. An ageing population, many with disposable incomes, is another irreversible trend. Against this backdrop, increasing urbanisation; expanding middle class; and rise in migration, tourism and international students are current and future trends. Development and international cooperation is a buzz word in many developed and developing countries.

Keywords

Civil Aviation International Civil Aviation Organisation Chicago Convention World Energy Council World Energy Council 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ruwantissa Abeyratne
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  1. 1.Global Aviation Consultancies Inc.MontrealCanada

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