| Commentary

24 Route licence

| Commentary

24 Route licence

European Economic Area (‘EEA’) air carriers holding operating licences which intend to operate aircraft for the carriage of passengers and/or cargo for reward between points outside the EEA, or to or from a point outside the EEA, must obtain a route licence (granted by the Civil Aviation Authority in the case of UK air carriers). The carriers will also need traffic rights to actually operate that route1.

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