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Aviation

02 December 2020
Carlos P Martins Should expert reports on Montreal Convention be allowed in challenge to APPRs?

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Even before the first tranche of Air Passenger Protection Regulations (APPRs) provisions came into effect, the International Air Transport Association, Airlines for America and numerous Canadian and foreign air carriers commenced a challenge to the legality of several provisions in the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA). The FCA recently issued a decision in a motion brought by the government to strike portions of two expert reports filed by the airlines in support of their position.

Authors: Carlos P Martins, Andrew MacDonald
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