Briefings

New rail reform and opening the market up to competition

26 June 2018

While the draft law for the new rail reform has been adopted, investors are getting ready for the opening up of the sector to competition. Alexia Russell looks at what is at stake and the sector’s current financial limitations.

Aviation Update

24 May 2018

This aviation update discusses a recent decision of the CJEU, the English Supreme Court’s refusal of Emirates’ application for permission to appeal the decision of the CA, and some guidance for air carriers in relation to GDPR.

Thailand’s Trade Competition Act for Airlines

15 March 2018

Thailand's Trade Competition Act has been in force for six months. What impact has it had on airlines and the Thai aviation sector?

Turbulent Times for Non-Community Carriers

29 January 2018

How has a recent case affected how airlines have to deal with claims arising from passenger delay going forward?

Is an Insolvent Air Carrier Entitled to Allocation of Landing Slots?

15 January 2018

Is Monarch, a defunct airline, entitled to be allocated take-off and landing slots at UK airports for the summer season 2018?

EU Rail Sector Competition: Inevitable Conflict?

12 December 2017

How does the Lithuanian railways case serve as a reminder to all stakeholders of the need to adapt positively to the advent of competition and to be vigilant against abuses of dominance by incumbent operators?

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