World Aviation Governance Forum March 26, 2012

World Aviation Governance Forum
A high-level symposium on the governance of aviation sector enterprises

The International Training Center for Government Authorities and Leaders
(CIFAL) Atlanta announces the inaugural World Aviation Governance Forum to
be held in Montreal, Canada

Montreal, March 26, 2012 - Owners of aviation enterprises from around the
world are looking to enhance their governance structures to create more
efficient and cost effective organizations in response to an ever evolving
business environment. The International Training Center for Government

The Proposed Global Fuel Tax On Aviation - A Deficit Of Judgment by Ruwantissa Abeyratne

This article draws on circumstances that have spurred the World Bank onto considering the feasibility of imposing a global fuel tax on aviation as mandated by the Finance Ministers of the G20 countries. It argues that the thinking behind this measure is fundamentally flawed when considered as a means of finding financial resources to replenish the Green Fund as envisioned by the developed countries at the meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in 2010.

THIRD WORKSHOP & INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LAW & REGULATION OF AIR TRANSPORT April 25 - 29, 2012

REF: THIRD WORKSHOP & INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LAW & REGULATION OF AIR TRANSPORT AND SPACE APPLICATIONS TO BE HELD AT THE NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, SECTOR – 14, DWARKA, NEW DELHI 110078, INDIA

SUBJECT: ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEW DATES

Dear all,

Civil unrest and airport and aviation security by Ruwantissa Abeyratne

Both the tourism industry and air
transport industry depend on the policies of governments and the individual stability
of States for their sustenance and development. The unrest wrought by mass protests
and the ensuing violence in North Africa and the Middle East in 2011 seriously
disrupted tourism and air transport and brought to bear the fact that sustenance of
airport and aviation security is vital if global connectivity were to be retained in
times of civil unrest. Disruption of the air transport system would be one of the

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