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  • 1. Freedoms of the Air Introduction
    • These are the Freedoms of the air which are negotiated in bilateral air services agreements.
    • All these freedoms refer to scheduled passenger and cargo services or flights.
    • All these freedoms refer to revenue traffic, i.e. passengers and/or cargo that pay to be transported on an flight.
    • In all these freedoms we are referring to an airline registered in a specific country and performing scheduled flights. This specific country is the “home country” of this airline.
  • 2. Freedoms of the Air First freedom
    • The right to overfly another country without landing.
  • 3. Freedoms of the Air Second freedom
    • The right to make a landing in another country for technical reasons without picking up or setting down revenue traffic
  • 4. Freedoms of the Air Third freedom
    • The right to carry revenue traffic to another country.
  • 5. Freedoms of the Air Fourth freedom
    • The right to bring revenue traffic from another country.
  • 6. Freedoms of the Air Fifth freedom
    • The right to carry revenue traffic between two other countries in a service (or flight) originating or terminating in the home country.
  • 7. Freedoms of the Air Sixth freedom
    • The right to carry revenue traffic between two other countries via the airline’s home country as the transit point. Effectively this means using two sets of third and fourth freedom rights.
  • 8. Freedoms of the Air Seventh freedom
    • The right to carry revenue traffic between two other countries without stopping at the airline’s home country.
  • 9. Freedoms of the Air Eighth freedom
    • This is also referred to as cabotage as part of a service originating or terminating in the home country: The right to pick up and set down revenue traffic between two domestic points in another country on a service (or flight) originating in the airline’s home country.
  • 10. Freedoms of the Air Ninth freedom
    • This is also referred to as cabotage: The right to pick up and set down revenue traffic between two domestic points in another country, without the service (or flight) originating or terminating in the airline’s home country.