This assessment is designed to strengthen your understanding of the development of aviation law and the structure that has evolved from the various Conventions held during the development of the modern aviation industry.
In order to achieve the task you will need to:
This written assignment is worth 40% of the total marks for the course.
You are required to submit your assignment in essay form. Essay length should be 2500 words
Your submission must be produced in electronic format (either as (a) a word-processed document, (b) Publisher document saved in a pdf format and should be submitted through the assessment link in Moodle, by uploading your file following the on-screen instructions.
Note; that all submissions are processed through the similarity detection software (called Turnitin). You must ensure that all the work is your own, in line with University requirements.
Learning Outcomes Assessed
There are currently nine ‘Freedoms of the Air’, which are recognised in international aviation. What are the origins and nature of these freedoms? Include in your answer any background history of why they were created, where the initial five freedoms were created, and how all nine freedoms now manifest themselves. Use some (pre-Covid if preferred), real-world examples to illustrate your points. If you consider it relevant, feel free to discuss any potential further freedom rights which may occur in the future.
This question requires a written essay of 2500 words +/-10%. You must record the word count on your document. Failure to provide the minimum words or exceeding the maximum word count will lead to a penalty being applied.
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