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Aviation Law Fundamentals

About the Course

This course provides an overview of aviation law by explaining why there is a need of having it and which are the main documents on which this was built. You will explore the nine freedoms of air, the Warsaw System and Chicago Convention.

You will be able to distinguish between safety, security, and measures to tackle each one and also expand your knowledge on liability in international law.


Once you have completed the exam or the duration of the Course elapses, you will not be able to access the course contents.

What You will Learn

Upon completing this Course, you will be able to:

  • Explain the need for international aviation law
  • List the major provisions of the Warsaw System
  • State the purpose of the Chicago Convention
  • Describe the nine Freedoms of the Air
  • Describe the purpose and the organizational structure of ICAO

Course Contents

The Key Topics Include:

  • Chicago Convention
  • Freedoms of the Air
  • Safety and security
  • ICAO
  • Liability

Who Should Attend

This course is recommended for:

  • Airline, airport, CAA and ANS Provider employees, line and middle management
  • New professionals in all fields of aviation
  • Lawyers with no background in aviation law
  • Aviation Enthusiasts
Exam Information

If you need help studying this course, click here to connect with a Tutor/Expert. The Tutor/Expert will help you by teaching you the ab initio of Aviation, and some aviation terms.

If you are interested in this Course, click on the Register Button below. This connects you to an expert that will guide you to register and show you how to maneuver throughout your studies period.