What Is A Fifth Freedom Flight?

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    Fifth freedom flights have always interested me, and I’ve made a point to fly as many of these flights as possible over the past several years. Some have been interesting, like flying New York to Frankfurt on Singapore Airlines with the “First Lady” of Zimbabwe. Others have been terrifying… you may recall my experience on Royal Jordanian from Bangkok to Hong Kong. A "fifth freedom" flight is one where an airline from one country has the right to fly between two different countries. An example of this is India’s Jet Airways, which operates fifth freedom flights between Toronto and Brussels. These aren’t to be confused with “second freedom” flights, which allow an airline the right to stop for maintenance or fuel without disembarking passengers or cargo. The post What Is A Fifth Freedom Flight? appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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