ACI/McGill Airport Law for Managers

Professional Certificate Course
Delivery: Classroom
Duration: 3 days

The overall aim of this course is create a forum that enables discussion and engagement on current principles and legal problems that pertain to the legal status of the airport and its functions. Participants will be exposed to general principles of corporate liability, corporate management and law; threat assessment and risk management; negligence; liability under contract law (with focus on contracts entered into by the airport); and legal and regulatory issues relating to aerodromes.

Learning Objectives

Upon completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the principles of executive liability and laws that apply to crime
  • Examine contracts, torts and principles and practices of mitigation pertaining to insurance and risk management
  • Review laws and regulations that relate to aerodromes
  • Understand basic legal principles as they apply to the aviation industry as well as the international conventions and treaties by which the industry is predicated

Target Audience

  • Senior Airport Management
  • Legal Advisors and Council
  • Civil Aviation Authorities

Course Content

  • Negligent entrustment
  • White collar crime
  • Negligent misstatements and false information
  • Vicarious liability
  • Insurance and remoteness of damage
  • Certification of aerodromes
  • Functions of aerodromes
  • Airport planning laws
  • Airport safety and security

Upcoming sessions

 2017 dates to be confirmed  US$975 US$1,450