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Territorial Sovereignty and Flight Information

  • Ruwantissa Abeyratne
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Abstract

The laws of air navigation are those that relate to the navigation of an aircraft. The area that these laws cover could range from laws, rules and regulations that enable States to determine the approach of an aircraft to their territory by establishing air defence identification zones and determining the regions that are responsible for dispensing flight information, to safety on the runways as affected by unstable approaches of aircraft as well as proper regulation of pilots.

Keywords

Precautionary Principle Civil Aviation International Civil Aviation Organization Military Aircraft Civil Aircraft 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ruwantissa Abeyratne
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  1. 1.International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)QuebecCanada

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