1 The Convention on International Civil Aviation (1944) (‘Chicago Convention’) (Chicago Convention (1944)) sets out the rules governing international air transport and is often considered the magna carta of international civil aviation (Weber, 2015; Milde, 2016). The said Convention establishes the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a specialized agency of the United Nations which is now comprised of 193 Member States. Pursuant to the Chicago Convention, the aims and objectives of the ICAO are, inter alia, to ensure the safe and orderly growth of...
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