Accidents occurring on the surface of the ground at aerodromes, other than collisions between aircraft or between aircraft and other types of vehicle1, may, according to the circumstances, be governed by statutory provisions or by common law rules. The carriage by air rules cover accidents to passengers which take place in the course of any of the operations of embarking or disembarking2, and they cover damage to cargo which occurs during its carriage by air3. Statutory provisions also apply where damage is done to persons
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