This paper provides an analysis of both international and Australian law on the liability of air carriers and compensation for delay. It discusses the need for States to develop standard regulatory responses to delay in international carriage. It uses the EC Regulation and the New Zealand legislation as models for developing clearer legal principles and ensuring appropriate compensation for passengers affected by delay. It concludes that domestic regulation and guidance regarding delay and overbooking of flights is required to ensure appropriate liability of air carriers and clarity for passengers.
"Reflections On Liability of Air Carriers for Delay,"
The University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review: Vol. 19
, Article 4.
Available at: https://researchonline.nd.edu.au/undalr/vol19/iss1/4