The UAE General Authority of Civil Aviation (GCAA) has announced new regulations on the exercise of the seventh freedom of air transport rights have been issued.
The seventh freedom of air transport rights is a privilege granted by one country to another to allow its airlines to operate air services between the granting country’s territory and any third country without the need for the flight to pass through the territory of the operating airline’s country.
This freedom gives airlines unprecedented flexibility.
It allows them to increase their connectivity between destinations and boost global connectivity. The new regulations will also provide this freedom to UAE airlines which want to take advantage of it in foreign countries with which the UAE has air services agreements that include the seventh freedom of air rights.
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