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Competition in Aerospace Travel

  • Ruwantissa Abeyratne
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Abstract

As stated in the previous chapter, air transport law would have an inextricable influence on commercial space transport, and it would be a matter of time before competition in aerospace travel becomes an inevitable corollary to competition law in air transport. The two systems—commercial air transport and commercial space transport would be linked through space ports and facilities offered as well as sovereignty issues in aerospace transport which, at the time of writing this book, were ambivalent and vague at best. Therefore, it becomes necessary to devote a chapter to some aspects of aerospace transport, particularly in terms of some legal nuances that would impact of a merged aerospace regime.

Keywords

Global Navigation Satellite System International Cooperation Outer Space Exclusive Economic Zone Space Debris 
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Authors and Affiliations

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

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