Jurisdictional Updates

April 2022

April Jurisdictional Update, Mexico

Changes to Mexican Air Procedures  The former military airport in the surrounding metro area of Mexico City has been restructured to operate as a commercial airport. While most of the…
April 2022

April Jurisdictional Update, Netherlands

Increase in Air Traffic  In the Netherlands, more and more flights are resuming after COVID restrictions have been eased. The biggest challenges now are airport staffing and capacity, as the carriers ramp up their…
May 2022

May Aviation Jurisdictional Update, Bahamas

Keith Major and Andre Hill, Higgs & Johnson, The Bahamas   COVID Response and Airport Updates  Keith Majors and Andre Hill, representing Higgs & Johnson, The Bahamas:  From Keith: There have…
November 2022

November Jurisdictional Update, Philippines

Overtime Pay of Airport Personnel is not Chargeable to Private Airlines and Private Entities, ruled the high court in the Philippines. In the case of Bureau of Customs Employees Association…

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