عنوان مقاله [English]
In 1929, when the Warsaw Convention was ratified, it was regarded as a success in the air law system. Even now, despite the fact that it lasts for about a century, despite the rapid changes in the air industry, it is a decisive document. Our country has already ratified the Warsaw Document and its amendment, the 1955 Hague Document, but has refused to accede to the Montreal Convention of 1999. The Montreal document was approved with the justification, which is in line with recent advances in the aerospace industry. Additionally, since a number of documents were adopted between 1929 and 1975, there was a tight legal system in aviation. The adoption of the Montreal Convention ended this legal turmoil. Since our country has not approved the Montreal Protocol, this article should be considered. Therefore, the purpose of this article is to examine some of the rules of the Warsaw Convention, adopted in 1929, and to compare those rules in the Montreal Convention of 1999. We are trying to answer the question as to whether we should approve the Montreal Convention.
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