five freedoms

five freedoms
The five basic freedoms relating to air traffic negotiated in bilateral air agreements between governments of two countries. The first freedom is the right to fly across each other’s territory without landing. The second is the right to make technical or nontraffic stops in that country. These two freedoms sometimes are called technical rights. The full name for them is the International Air Services Transport Agreement (IASTA). The third freedom is the right to land traffic in that country that boarded in the home country of the airline. The fourth freedom is the right to pick up traffic in that country destined for the airline’s home country. The fifth freedom is the right to pick up traffic in other countries and carry it to any third country.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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