Air Law: A comprehensive sourcebook for southern African pilots is the first book on aviation law published by a leading academic to serve the South African pilot community. Written in a simple style, aviation law is fully referenced and clearly presented. The book provides student pilots and their instructors with the in-depth knowledge pilots need to pass their exams and obtain their license. Air law provides private pilots with a legal reference source that allows them to remain competent and compliant pilots and guide them through complex regulations. Air law will also help commercial pilots acquire the basic knowledge of aviation law they need to move on to advanced procedures. The book includes a section for drone pilots. Air law tells a story: that of aviation safety. The book offers avid aviation readers an in-depth look into the art of safe flying. You will follow a VFR pilot on a cross-border flight and see how the rules, regulations and requirements of aviation law are in place to produce better pilots and make flying a unique and sustainable human experience. Home » Maritime and Air Law » Air Law – A Comprehensive Reference Book for Southern African Pilots Philippe-Joseph Salazar is a Distinguished Professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Cape Town. He is an internationally recognized author of about 30 books in five languages and has received several prestigious awards, including a rare A1 rating from the National Research Foundation of South Africa. He is himself an aviator and holds a private pilot licence (NR).