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After Indonesia ratified the Cape Town Convention 2001 and the Aircraft Protocol through Presidential Decree No. 8 in 2007, Indonesia, according to its domestic law, has also made some adjustments to the Aviation Law 2009 and some other technical implementing regulations. However, because the Cape Town Convention 2001 is not only related to aviation law, especially related to the procurement of aircraft as well as with other legal fields such as Civil Law and Security Law, it seems that there are still laws that should be reviewed in order to implement the Cape Town Convention 2001 in Indonesia more effectively. Knowledge and information about how the State parties implement the Cape Town Convention 2001 will be a comparative study useful for Indonesia in implementing this convention.

Prita Amalia is a Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia. She obtained her Master of Laws degree on 2012 from the Faculty of Law, Universitas Padjadjaran, with her thesis concerning the 2001 Cape Town Convention. She conducted numerous researches and publications in International Trade Law, International Economic Law, International Commercial Arbitration Law, Aircraft Financing and Air and Space Law. She has been appointed as faculty advisor for Universitas Padjadjaran’s Willem C. Vis Team since 2009 until now.

 
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