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Aviation

The aviation sector is currently facing unprecedented challenges, with disruption caused by the closure of borders and quarantine restrictions, and with potential repercussions affecting the industry for years to come.

Our international multi-disciplinary team will advise you on the full breadth of aviation industry related work including corporate, commercial, intellectual property, employment, dispute resolution, real estate and competition issues.

For decades, we have worked and continue to work with major players in the sector, including national and regional airlines, government ministries, airport operators, aircraft, engine and component manufacturers, training providers, cargo and ground services suppliers.

The diversity of our client base means we understand the commercial pressures that different organisations in this industry face and tailor our advice and approach to meet your business needs and objectives.

Read more below about our work with Airlines and Airports.

Click here to read more about the Aviation sector clients we work with.

If you have any questions or would like to get in touch, please feel free to contact Patrick Gearon or any other contact listed below.

Airlines

Airlines are currently dealing with a myriad of pressures. With travel restrictions constantly changing and reduced passenger numbers, airlines are also juggling their normal operations and day-to-day issues such as staffing, commercial relationships, brand recognition and sponsorships.

We can support your business needs by advising on corporate and commercial matters, resolving disputes, intellectual property matters, sponsorship agreements, employment and pension law. We know that each airline has its own unique business goals and pressures so we will tailor our advice to ensure your business continues to thrive and grow.

Key contact: Patrick Gearon

Airports

Airport operators and owners are facing an unprecedented business environment due to the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Reduced passenger numbers are causing real concern for airports together with the related staffing and employment issues. Airports may also face complex and frequent renegotiation or disputes through their commercial relationships with airlines and service providers.

We will work closely with you and your suppliers to help address a broad range of employment law and HR issues, dispute negotiations, airport infrastructure contracts, procurement and tendering processes and any contractual disputes that may arise. If your ambitions are to grow and develop, we can work alongside you to help expand and modernise the services you offer.

Key contact: Paula Boast

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