REPRESENTATIVE WORK

Brian Day has practiced aviation and airport law for 30 years. See About Brian Day.

Brian has worked with many airports and other organizations in Canada and internationally, providing a wide variety of airport law and business solutions. Representative work since 2003 has included:

AIRPORT LAW, REGULATION AND POLICY

  • advised on constitutional law issues applicable to an airport
  • advised on development of an Airport Master Plan and strategic plans
  • advised on and drafted ground transportation policies
  • advised on airport pre- and post-privatization planning
  • drafted an airside safety vehicle operators permit program
  • advised on airline bankruptcy and collection of outstanding airport fees
  • advised on economic regulation of airports, airport charges and KPIs
  • advised on proposed airport regulation legislation and compliance programs
  • provided a regulatory compliance, liability and insurance review for a US Airport

AIRPORT PRIVATIZATION, BUSINESS PLANNING AND INFRASTRUCTURE

  • advised on a strategic plan for airport commercial activities
  • drafted airport construction requests for proposal and contracts
  • drafted an airport transfer transition plan and an airport management agreement
  • advised on several Latin American airport privatization structures and bids
  • advised on airport risk management, insurance and lawsuits

AIRPORT BUSINESS, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS

  • drafted taxi, limousine and bus access and concession agreements
  • drafted car rental requests for proposal and concession agreements
  • advised on environmental and liability issues regarding airline fuelling facilities
  • negotiated and drafted airport use agreements with airlines
  • negotiated and drafted agreements with government security agencies
  • negotiated and drafted agreements between an airport and air traffic control
  • negotiated and drafted glycol facility agreements and drafted deicing facility agreement
  • drafted agreement to transfer and agreement for purchase and sale of cargo facility
  • drafted documentation relating to transfer of FBO and environmental issues
  • advised on fuel facilities consortium agreement
  • negotiated and drafted a telecommunications campus area network access agreement
  • negotiated and drafted hardware, software and support agreements for baggage systems
  • drafted hosting and support agreements for common use self-serve check-in kiosks
  • drafted common use terminal equipment hosting and service standards agreements
  • drafted commercial vehicle dispatch system software development and support agreements
  • negotiated and drafted IT telephone consulting and implementation agreements
  • negotiated and drafted IT royalty and strategic alliance agreements

CONTACT:

Telephone: +1-604-681-0744
Email: brianday@airportlaw.ca