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Session 4: The Montreal Protocol of 2014 dealing with disruptive passengers

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Jae Woon (June ) Lee

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In the international civil aviation context, “unruly or disruptive passenger” has been used to refer to “passengers who fail to respect the rules of conduct on board aircraft or to follow the instructions of crew members and thereby disturb the good order and discipline on board aircraft.” (ICAO Doc 10117) Unruly passenger issues have been a focus of ICAO for some time, with the move toward a diplomatic conference in order to address jurisdictional and other issues with the Tokyo Convention of 1963. Consequently, the Montreal Protocol of 2014 was adopted. This presentation will look at the role of the Montreal Protocol of 2014 in a new era of international travel.

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Session 4: The Montreal Protocol of 2014 dealing with disruptive passengers

In the international civil aviation context, “unruly or disruptive passenger” has been used to refer to “passengers who fail to respect the rules of conduct on board aircraft or to follow the instructions of crew members and thereby disturb the good order and discipline on board aircraft.” (ICAO Doc 10117) Unruly passenger issues have been a focus of ICAO for some time, with the move toward a diplomatic conference in order to address jurisdictional and other issues with the Tokyo Convention of 1963. Consequently, the Montreal Protocol of 2014 was adopted. This presentation will look at the role of the Montreal Protocol of 2014 in a new era of international travel.