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Nationality of Aircraft

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Abstract

Before we can go further into the problems surrounding the legal status of aircraft, we must consider what is meant by “aircraft.” For this purpose we shall examine the definitions of aircraft in international and national law.

Keywords

International Civil Aviation Organization Paris Convention Military Aircraft Civil Aircraft Dutch Citizen 
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