Sustainable Tourism Law

Airport, civil aviation and technology legal relationship. Towards to the consolidation and sustainability of airport law Diego R. Gonzalez President of Worldwide Airport Lawyer Association SUMMARY: I. Airport law – II. The airport legal relationship. – II.1 Aeronautical law, airport law and legal relationship. – II.2. Structure and elements. II.3 Airport 4.0. III. Legal institutes, aeronautical law and airport legal relationship. III.1. Civil liability. III.2. The airport consumer. A trip, multiple legal situations. IV. The state inspection agencies. IV.1. The case of the AVSEC. V. Airports and Tourism. A new dimension of the airport legal relationship. V.1. The duty of information. The European case. VI. State Regulation and legal airport relationship. VII. The airport of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. VIII. The challenges of airport law. AIRPORT LAW On February 13, 1998, the Official Bulletin of the Argentine Republic published the decree of the National Executive Power No. 163/98 by which it was approved the Concession Contract for the operation and administration of Group A of Airports of the National Airport System. Airport law was then born in the Argentine Republic. This birth, like other previous births in the region, as in the case of Mexico after the enactment of the Airports Law in 1995, was preceded by a slow gestation process initiated towards the end of the 1980s with the deregulation of air transport in the United States, which deepened in the early 1990s, when the privatization wave changed the DNA of the airport Since then, throughout the world, and in Latin America in particular, the airport has been transformed into a commercial, state or private company, in