Aviation Regulation and Licensing - The Laws of Australia is a unique text expertly written by Dr Gary N Heilbronn to cover both the practical and theoretical aspects of aviation regulation and licensing in Australia. This text is a practical guide to the procedures and licensing requirements of aviation industry businesses and personnel. It covers aircraft registration and parts approval, the monitoring of licence breaches, appeal and review mechanisms and commercial controls at both the international and domestic level. The text also discusses relevant competition and trade practices issues and analyses the administration of safety and technical aspects of civil aviation in Australia. These discussions are prefaced by an explanation of the basic theoretical principles of airspace ownership and territorial boundaries. The principles-based approach ensures the text is concise, informative and easy to use. Its clarity will assist aviation professionals to grasp the nature and extent of the obligations and rights relating to their professional activities and the operations that they are licensed to perform. This clarity, together with breadth and depth of coverage, makes this text an essential reference tool for the busy practitioner and student. This material is also published as part of Subtitle 34.2 "Aviation" of The Laws of Australia legal encyclopaedia.