Chile may have violated international air rules in transporting civilians in fateful crash

Posted on September 4, 2011 • Filed under: Chile, Latin America Aviation

Chile’s Air Force Air Force violated the human rights of the deceased passengers on the ground that state aircraft are used in military and thus the Convention on International Civil Aviation of Chicago, 1944 is not applicable since this international instrument obliging Chile states that it applies to flights of civil aircraft and not the state, said the lawyer Julian Fernandez Palacin Palacin of the Law Firm of Lima Peru , who is chairman of the Advisory Committee of Air, Space and Commercial Aviation in the Lima Bar Association and president of the Inter-American Commission of Legal Experts in Air and Space Law CIJEDAE. Read Article

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