In 1929, when the Warsaw Convention containing certain rules relating to international carriage by air1 was drafted, the type of contract known as charter contract (charter agreement) was very rare in the field of aviation. Although the question as to the applicability of the Convention to air charter was raised at the Warsaw Conference, it was intentionally left open.2 The reason was that charter operations were not yet sufficiently developed and clarified. Since that time the situation has completely changed. Nowadays charter operations form a substantial part of air transportation and they show an increasing tendency to become more important.
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