Commentary

2 International Civil Aviation Organisation (‘ICAO’)

CIVIL AVIATION vol 7
| Commentary

2 International Civil Aviation Organisation (‘ICAO’)

| Commentary

2 International Civil Aviation Organisation (‘ICAO’)

ICAO was set up by the Chicago Convention 1944 and became a specialised agency of the United Nations in 1947 and as such has full judicial personality1. One of its mandatory functions is to adopt and designate, as annexes to the Convention, standards and recommended practices2. The contracting states are not under any obligation to conform with such standards and recommended practices: they merely undertake to comply with them as far as they find it practicable to do so3. Any state which finds it impracticable to comply in

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