Category: Global Aviation News

Amendments to the Concessions Contract of MVD Airport in Uruguay

We inform you about the recent approval and incorporation of amendments to the concession contract of MVD Airport.


Entry into force of the mandatory “no re-export” clause to Russia

Since 20 March there is a new legal requirement which obliges exporters of certain types of goods to include “no re-export to Russia” clauses in their contracts. This obligation is particularly relevant for the aviation industry in general, because the list of items is very wide and includes many goods that are usually traded in this industry. We have prepared a short news alert which you will find attached, in case you consider it worth sharing with the network.


New Rules for the Operation of Foreign Private Aircraft in Venezuela

The Venezuelan Civil Aviation Authority (the ‘INAC’) has updated the regulation governing the operation of foreign General Aviation aircraft in Venezuela. The new set of rules were published in the Official Gazette No. 42.823 of 21 February 2024 (the ‘New Regulation’). It repealed the regulation published in the Official Gazette No. 41.185 of 03 July […]


Nuevas Reglas para la Operación de Aeronaves Privadas Extranjeras en Venezuela

El Instituto Nacional de Aeronáutica Civil (“INAC”) ha actualizado las disposiciones que regulan las operaciones de aeronaves civiles de Aviación General de matrícula extranjera en Venezuela. La nueva Providencia Administrativa fue publicada en la Gaceta Oficial Nº 42.823 del 21 de febrero de 2024 (la “Nueva Regulación”). La misma derogó la Providencia Administrativa publicada en […]


Update on the Privatization of the Manilla International Airport 

In a significant development, the Philippine government has recently concluded a bid to upgrade and privatize the Manila International Airport, the country’s most prominent international gateway. Because of this privatization, airport fees and the CAAP’s air navigation fees are expected to rise.   


Increased Aviation Fees in the Philippines: What You Need to Know 

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) recently issued a memorandum updating the fees it charges for air navigation services. While the CAAP fees may seem specific at first glance, the implications to consumers are substantial. In addition to the fees, the broader global trend of extraordinary inflation will affect the consumer price index globally. 


Reforming Air Passenger Rights (“Long Delays”) in Turkey

Amidst the global aviation industry’s ongoing recovery, a critical question lingers for airlines based in Turkey: how to navigate the complex waters of European passenger rights regulations, particularly regarding long delay compensation. While Turkey itself is not an EU member, its strategic location and reliance on European tourism necessitate careful consideration of these regulations.

In L2b’s recent episode of Global Aviation News live stream, L2b member and aviation attorney A. Efe Erten of Turkey shed light on this intricate issue.


Ruiz & Partners Abogados, S.C. Joins L2b Aviation Network 

L2b Aviation is pleased to announce that Ruiz & Partners Abogados, S.C. has recently joined its premier network of independent aviation attorneys.


Uruguay January 2024 Jurisdictional Update

Quisiera informarles que hoy se publicó en el Diario Oficial el decreto 15/024 (se adjunta copia). Este decreto actualiza la reglamentación aeronáutica, especialmente en lo que respecta al procedimiento y regulación de servicios de transporte aéreo, que anteriormente estaba regulado por el decreto 39/977.


Uruguay January 2024 Jurisdictional Update

I would like to inform you that today, the Official Gazette published decree 15/024 (attached). This decree updates aeronautical regulations, particularly in relation to the procedures and regulations for air transport services, which were previously governed by decree 39/977.



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