From: nospam on
In article <VeqjxrINeu8LFAkK(a)phaedsys.demon.co.uk>, Chris H
<chris(a)phaedsys.org> wrote:

> AS it stands the airline make the rules as part of the conditions for
> travel. (Read the small print on the booking form :-)

the small print does not prohibit photography, other than *of* the
flight crew or flight deck.

> If you take any
> pictures and another fare paying customer objects you will be asked to
> stop. Then the law is all on the side of the airline.

that's different. you need to comply with requests of the flight crew.
From: Chris H on
In message <180520101630126788%nospam(a)nospam.invalid>, nospam
<nospam(a)nospam.invalid> writes
>In article <VeqjxrINeu8LFAkK(a)phaedsys.demon.co.uk>, Chris H
><chris(a)phaedsys.org> wrote:
>
>> AS it stands the airline make the rules as part of the conditions for
>> travel. (Read the small print on the booking form :-)
>
>the small print does not prohibit photography, other than *of* the
>flight crew or flight deck.

Really? You know that for ALL airlines? The Iranian? Chinese?
Sudanese?


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From: Chris H on
In message <180520101628350976%nospam(a)nospam.invalid>, nospam
<nospam(a)nospam.invalid> writes
>In article <f2m5v5lcmnio1bpj0p5q0eg9gh83i3vn13(a)4ax.com>, Bruce
><docnews2011(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Mine is one of the UK's top intellectual property lawyers who also
>> lectures in IP law at two Ivy League universities and at the UK's top
>> law school.
>
>uk law is not applicable everywhere, and just because he's a lawyer
>doesn't mean he's always 100% correct.
>
>> To the original poster: Do not even attempt what you are proposing
>> without obtaining prior written permission from the airline. And
>> don't be disappointed if they say No.
>
>nonsense. absent a prohibition of photography, it is completely legal.

Not always.

>countless people take photos inside and outside airplanes and at
>airports every day. neither of these sites would be possible if it were
>illegal:

It is not legal at all airports. In fact some Brits got locked up for
taking pictures of aeroplanes at a civil airport....


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From: nospam on
In article <WgZDOHJDGw8LFAGl(a)phaedsys.demon.co.uk>, Chris H
<chris(a)phaedsys.org> wrote:

> >> AS it stands the airline make the rules as part of the conditions for
> >> travel. (Read the small print on the booking form :-)
> >
> >the small print does not prohibit photography, other than *of* the
> >flight crew or flight deck.
>
> Really? You know that for ALL airlines? The Iranian? Chinese?
> Sudanese?

the airlines on which i've flown say that, but it's fairly standard.
From: MC on
Chris H wrote:

> In message <180520101628350976%nospam(a)nospam.invalid>, nospam
> <nospam(a)nospam.invalid> writes
> > In article <f2m5v5lcmnio1bpj0p5q0eg9gh83i3vn13(a)4ax.com>, Bruce
> ><docnews2011(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> Mine is one of the UK's top intellectual property lawyers who also
> >> lectures in IP law at two Ivy League universities and at the UK's
> top >> law school.
> >
> > uk law is not applicable everywhere, and just because he's a lawyer
> > doesn't mean he's always 100% correct.
> >
> >> To the original poster: Do not even attempt what you are proposing
> >> without obtaining prior written permission from the airline. And
> >> don't be disappointed if they say No.
> >
> > nonsense. absent a prohibition of photography, it is completely
> > legal.
>
> Not always.
>
> > countless people take photos inside and outside airplanes and at
> > airports every day. neither of these sites would be possible if it
> > were illegal:
>
> It is not legal at all airports. In fact some Brits got locked up for
> taking pictures of aeroplanes at a civil airport....

In Greece.

MC