705. Scheduled international air services.

The special permission or other authorisation which is required for the operation of scheduled international air services1 may be granted by means of a bilateral treaty between the states concerned, or by virtue of the adherence of the states concerned to an international agreement regarding such matters. Two such agreements already exist: the International Air Services Transit Agreement 1944 (commonly known as the 'Two Freedoms' Agreement), and the International Air Transport Agreement 1944 (commonly known as the 'Five Freedoms' Agreement)2.

Each of the parties to the International Air Services Transit Agreement 1944, which include the United Kingdom, grants to all

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