GTDT’s 2nd annual Aviation Law News conference took place at Clyde & Co’s London offices on 4 October and focused on the international legal environment for aviation passengers with reduced mobility (PRMs).
More than 90 delegates from in-house teams at aviation companies, law firms, governmental institutions and disability rights groups signed up for the half-day event, which included sessions on current issues in PRM law and how these regulations work in practice.
The event followed last year’s inaugural conference, which looked at the future of EC 261/2004 claims, and was once again chaired by Clydes’ global aviation head Rob Lawson QC. This year’s conference also received the welcome support of London’s Quadrant Chambers.
Coverage of the afternoon’s busy programme of panels and debates will appear in ALN in the coming weeks.