Christine Kranich|Publications

EASA AOC: to cert or not to cert?download icon
EU Regulation 2018/1139 enables airlines that operate in more than one EU member state under multiple air operator certificates (AOCs) to obtain a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) AOC
Christine Kranich, Ulrich Steppler
Sustainable aviation fuel in Germanydownload icon
As the aviation sector is facing ever-growing political pressure to implement effective decarbonisation measures, the production and use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is at the centre of the legislature's agenda for the coming years – both in the European Union and in EU member states.
Christine Kranich
Aviation industry trends – Germany - audio interviewdownload icon
ILO - International Law Office
Ulrich Steppler, Christine Kranich
Special features of airline insolvencies in Germanydownload icon
In recent years, many airlines around the world, but also in Germany have gone bankrupt. Current examples are found in both smaller and larger companies.
Christine Kranich
MRO agreements from airlines' perspective – combating effects of COVID-19download icon
Under long-term maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) agreements, airlines must usually pay a certain rate per flight hour (ie, the so-called power-by-the-hour (PBH) rate) to obtain engine or other component maintenance and repair services or just to have access to a certain spare parts pool.
Christine Kranich, Dr. Britta Liebert
Measures to assist airlines during COVID-19 crisisdownload icon
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, all German airlines have had to significantly reduce their number of flights (eg, 700 of the Lufthansa Group's 763 aircraft have been parked).
Christine Kranich
Insurance considerations for aircraft financing and leasing in Germanydownload icon
Christine Kranich, Ulrich Steppler, Katja H. Brecke
Aircraft registry requirements for foreign ownersdownload icon
In the past two years, a number of German airlines have filed for insolvency proceedings, including Air Berlin, Azur Air, Small Planet Airlines, PrivatAir and Germania.
Christine Kranich
Aviation Finance & Leasing in Germanydownload icon
Germany has ratified the International Convention of Warsaw for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to International Carriage by Air.
Christine Kranich, Katja H. Brecke, Ulrich Steppler
Creating and registering security interests over aircraft in Germanydownload icon
A German registered aircraft may not be levied with a security interest other than a mortgage registered in the German Aircraft Mortgage Register.
Christine Kranich, Katja H. Brecke, Ulrich Steppler
GATS impact on sale and purchase of German-registered aircraft under leasedownload icon
The Aviation Working Group (AWG) comprises leading aviation manufacturers, financiers and lessors.
Christine Kranich
Aircraft repossession and enforcement of security in Germanydownload icon
Outline the basic repossession procedures following lease termination.
Christine Kranich, Katja H. Brecke, Ulrich Steppler
GATS impact on sale and purchase of German-registered aircraft under leasedownload icon
LEXOLOGY
Christine Kranich
Q&A on pitfalls and red flags when dealing with German MROsdownload icon
LEXOLOGY
Christine Kranich
New basic regulation will revise aviation landscapedownload icon
The new basic regulation promises a number of significant changes to the German aviation landscape over the next five years.
Christine Kranich