fifth-freedom traffic


fifth-freedom traffic
The freedom by an airline to pick up passengers and loads from another country and fly them to a third country. It is one of the five freedoms relating to air traffic. Passengers and loads of this category are referred to as fifth-freedom traffic. See five freedoms.

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