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Amendments to the Air Transport Law adopted

Wednesday, 14.11.2018.
Amendments to the Air Transport Law adopted

 Amendments to the Air Transport Law adopted



Upon its adoption by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, on 29 October 2018  the Law amending the Air Transport Law was published in the "Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia" No 83/18, entering into force on 6 November 2018.

This Law was the result of several months work and cooperation among the competent services of the Civil Aviation Directorate of  the Republic of Serbia, the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, as an authorized proposer, and other aviation entities.

The adoption of the Law enabled further harmonization of the legal system of the Republic of Serbia with the Standards and Recommended Practice of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), especially in the area of ​​transport of dangerous goods by air. In this context, the insertion of completely new chapter to the Air Transport Law, fully aligned  with Annex 18 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation, was very important.

This Law also harmonized some of its provisions with the Law on Inspection Supervision, in accordance with the suggestions given by the Coordination Commission for Inspection Supervision.

Also, by enacting this law, certain provisions of the Air Transport Law were additionally specified and harmonized, which should eliminate problems related to their application in practice, and at the same time enable the filling up of the observed legal gaps.

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