Last modified on 2 May 2013, at 03:57

fifth freedom rights

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

One of the Freedoms of the Air, defined under the Chicago Convention in 1944.

NounEdit

fifth freedom rights

  1. The right of an airline of one country to land in a different country, pick up passengers, and carry them on to a third country.
    Eg, If a British airline flew to France, collected passengers, and took them to Italy.