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The Paris Convention 1919 and the Chicago Convention 1944 are true charters of public international air law. This term contrasts with the law relating to private disputes in which one of the parties may be of another state. This is the realm of ‘private international air law’ or conflict of laws. International air law is essentially a combination of both public and private international air law. It has been suggested that its principle purpose is to provide a system of regulation for international civil aviation and to eliminate conflicts or inconsistencies in domestic air law.
These were concerned with establishing international standards with respect to a variety of technical standards, including the licensing of pilots and mechanics, registering and certifying the airworthiness of aircraft, and the planning and development of navigational aids. The resulting Chicago Convention, which was signed on 7 December 1944, only applies to civil aircraft and does not apply to state aircraft. However, Annex 13 of the Convention implies that states are expected to apply its provisions domestically, while Annex 17 of the Convention was amended following the events of 11 September 2001 to ‘require’ states to implement certain security standards domestically, except where it is impracticable to do so.
Commercial air transport Commercial air transport describes the scheduled or non-scheduled aerial conveyance of passengers, cargo or mail in exchange for revenue. Commercial air transport, which is available to members of the public, is distinct from military aviation, which concerns the use of specialised aircraft by nation states for reasons of defence and national security, and from general aviation, which refers to the recreational, agricultural and instructional use of civil aircraft which are not available for public use and which are not flown in exchange for remuneration.