Freedoms of the AirFreedoms of the Air
a set of commercial
aviation rights granting a
country's airline(s) the
privilege to enter and land
in another country's
a...
** The use of the terms 'freedom'
and 'right' only confer entitlement to
operate international air services
within the sco...
First Freedom
the right to fly over a foreign country
without landing
Second Freedom
the right to refuel or carry out
maintenance in a
foreign country on the way to another
country
without pic...
Transit Rights
“The first and second freedoms
grant airlines the right to pass through
a country without carrying traffic ...
Traffic Rights
*allow commercial international
services between, through and in some
cases within the countries that are
p...
Third Freedom
the right to fly or carry revenue traffic
from
one's own country to another
Fourth Freedom
the right to fly or bring revenue traffic
from
another country to one's own*Third and fourth freedom rights...
Beyond Rights
• allow the carriage of traffic between
(and sometimes within) countries
that are foreign to the airlines th...
Fifth Freedom
the right to fly or carry revenue traffic
between
two foreign countries during flights
while the flight
orig...
Sixth Freedom
the right to fly or carry revenue traffic
from a foreign country to another one
while stopping in one's own ...
Seventh Freedom
the right to fly or carry revenue traffic
between two foreign countries while
not offering flights or stop...
Cabotage
• transport of goods or passengers
between two points in the same
country by a vessel or an aircraft
registered i...
Eight Freedom
• the right to fly or pick up and set
down revenue traffic between two or
more domestic airports in a foreig...
Ninth Freedom
• the right to fly or pick up and set up
revenue traffic between two or more
domestic airports in a foreign
...
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Freedoms of the Air

  1. 1. Freedoms of the AirFreedoms of the Air
  2. 2. a set of commercial aviation rights granting a country's airline(s) the privilege to enter and land in another country's airspace fundamental building blocks of the international commercial aviation route network
  3. 3. ** The use of the terms 'freedom' and 'right' only confer entitlement to operate international air services within the scope of the multilateral and bilateral treaties that allow them.
  4. 4. First Freedom the right to fly over a foreign country without landing
  5. 5. Second Freedom the right to refuel or carry out maintenance in a foreign country on the way to another country without picking up or setting down revenue traffic
  6. 6. Transit Rights “The first and second freedoms grant airlines the right to pass through a country without carrying traffic that originates or terminates there”Chicago Convention 1944- International Air Services Transit Agreement (IASTA) Two Freedoms Agreement The treaty is accepted by 129 countries as of 2007
  7. 7. Traffic Rights *allow commercial international services between, through and in some cases within the countries that are parties to air services agreements or other treaties International AirTransport Agreement (IATA)  Five Freedoms Agreement
  8. 8. Third Freedom the right to fly or carry revenue traffic from one's own country to another
  9. 9. Fourth Freedom the right to fly or bring revenue traffic from another country to one's own*Third and fourth freedom rights are almost always granted simultaneously in bilateral agreements between countries
  10. 10. Beyond Rights • allow the carriage of traffic between (and sometimes within) countries that are foreign to the airlines that operate them
  11. 11. Fifth Freedom the right to fly or carry revenue traffic between two foreign countries during flights while the flight originates or ends in one's own country
  12. 12. Sixth Freedom the right to fly or carry revenue traffic from a foreign country to another one while stopping in one's own country for non-technical reasons, setting one’s own country as the transit point
  13. 13. Seventh Freedom the right to fly or carry revenue traffic between two foreign countries while not offering flights or stopping to one's own country
  14. 14. Cabotage • transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country by a vessel or an aircraft registered in another country • trade or navigation in coastal waters, or, the exclusive right of a country to operate the air traffic within its territory
  15. 15. Eight Freedom • the right to fly or pick up and set down revenue traffic between two or more domestic airports in a foreign country while continuing service to one's own country • Also referred as ‘continuing cabotage’
  16. 16. Ninth Freedom • the right to fly or pick up and set up revenue traffic between two or more domestic airports in a foreign country without continuing service to one's own country • Pure cabotage
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