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COVID Flight Vouchers: The Latest On Policies, Eligibility & Use

When COVID hit and travel ceased (practically overnight), many airlines resorted to vouchers and trip credits to compensate travelers for cancelled flights. With policies around eligibility and use varying by airline and country, we asked members of L2B Aviation’s attorney network for an update on what’s happening in their jurisdiction.

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Philippines’ Tan Hassani and Counsels Joins L2b Aviation

L2b Aviation is pleased to announce that Tan Hassani and Counsels has joined its worldwide network of premier aviation law firms under the leadership of Managing Partner Kerwin K. Tan and Special Counsel Eugene T. Kaw.

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L2b Aviation Top-Ranked for 9th Year in a Row by Chambers and Partners

L2b Aviation, the world’s premier network of independent aviation law firms, is proud to announce their ninth successive year ranked as the Best Global Aviation Law Network by Chambers and Partners.

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Israel’s S. Horowitz & Co. Joins L2b Aviation

L2b Aviation is pleased to announce that S. Horowitz & Co. has joined its worldwide network of premier aviation law firms under the leadership of Hugh Kowarsky and Eyal Doron. Founded in 1921, S. Horowitz & Co. is one of Israel’s premier law firms with an unwavering focus on fulfilling clients’ business objectives and a reputation for providing excellence, speed, and efficiency. The team of lawyers is multilingual and international—many have practiced throughout the United States, England, South Africa, and elsewhere—and the firm’s clientele includes well-established Israeli and international companies in an array of industries, including energy, banking/finance, aviation/transport, media, real estate, infrastructure, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, and more.

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COVID-19: The Bahamas’ Opportunity for its International Aviation Policy

With the many negatives that COVID-19 has and continues to leave in its wake, it is imperative for countries such as The Bahamas to derive as many positives from this period as possible. In the wake of COVID-19, The Bahamas is presented with an opportunity to: use the current halt in global air travel as […]

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Special Features of German Law in Case of Airline Insolvencies

In the past two years, there seem to be many insolvency cases among European airlines. Current examples can be found in both smaller and larger companies. At the time, Air Berlin filed for insolvency in August 2017 Air Berlin was the second-largest airline in Germany and the seventh-largest in the European Union. In September 2018 […]

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L2b Aviation Top Ranked for 8th Year in a Row by Chambers and Partners

Wiltshire, England – January 8, 2020 – L2b Aviation, the world’s premier network of independent aviation law firms, is proud to announce their eighth successive year of being ranked as the Best Global Aviation Law Network by Chambers and Partners.

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L2b Aviation Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Wiltshire, England – January 8, 2020 – L2b Aviation, the world’s premier network of independent aviation law firms, is excited to announce their 20th year of serving the aviation community for all their legal needs.

L2b Aviation includes over 45 law firms around the globe who specialize in aviation and aim to provide the highest level of expertise with creative, efficient, and economical solutions covering the full range of aviation related matters.

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New Chairman of L2b Aviation – Sergi Gimenez of Augusta Abogados

L2b Aviation, the world’s premier network of independent aviation law firms, is pleased to announce the appointment of Sergi Gimenez from Augusta Abogados in Spain as the New Chairman of the L2b Executive Committee, overseeing its worldwide network of premier aviation law firms.

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Aluko & Oyebode in Nigeria Joins L2b Aviation

L2b Aviation is pleased to announce that Aluko & Oyebode has joined its worldwide network of premier aviation law firms. Founded in 1993, Aluko & Oyebode has over 80 attorneys in the major commercial centres of Nigeria – Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt.

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