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Cabotage – Wikipedia
It originally applied to shipping along coastal routes, port to port, but now applies to aviationrailwaysand road transport as well. Cabotage rights are the right of a company from one country to trade in xsas country.
In aviation, it is the right to operate within the domestic borders of another country. Most countries do not permit aviation cabotage, and there are strict sanctions against it, for reasons of economic protectionismnational securityor public safety. One notable exception is the European Unionwhose Member States all grant cabotage rights to each other. Cabotage originally meant simply coasting tradefrom the French caboterto travel by the coast.
Its ultimate origin is uncertain. The air transport meaning is attested in Cabotage laws apply to merchant ships in most countries that have a coastline so as to protect the domestic shipping industry from foreign competition, preserve domestically owned shipping infrastructure for national security purposes, and ensure safety in congested territorial waters. For the history of cabotage in UK law, see Navigation Acts.
The Passenger Vessel Services Act of states that no foreign vessels shall transport passengers between ports or places in the United States, either directly or by way of a foreign port. Indonesia implemented a cabotage policy in after previously allowing foreign-owned vessels to operate relatively freely within the country.
In the EU, rights to cabotage in newly-admitted Member States in particular, Greece, Spain and Portugal were restricted;  but this introductory provision was abandoned after criticism in the light of the Paros ferry disaster.
The Hague—Visby Rulesa convention which imposes duties on maritime carriers, apply only to “carriage of goods by sea between ports in two different states”, and thus do not apply to cabotage shipping. Cabotage rights remain rare in passenger aviation. The Chicago Convention prohibits member states from granting cabotage on an exclusive basis, which has limited the availability of cabotage as a bargaining chip in bilateral aviation agreement negotiations.
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Carriers licensed under EU law are permitted to engage in cabotage in any EU member state, with some limitations. The Closer Economic Relations agreement allows Australian air carriers to fly domestically and internationally from New Zealand and vice versa. Australia also permits foreign-owned airlines incorporated under Australian law such as Tiger Airways Australia and the domestic arm of Virgin Australia to operate on domestic routes, although it prohibits such airlines from operating international routes as Australian flag carriers.
Chile has the most liberal cabotage rules in the world, enacted inwhich allow foreign airlines to operate domestic flights, conditional upon reciprocal treatment for Chilean carriers in the foreign airline’s country. This unusual regime is partly due to Chile’s geographical need for air service, and partly to incentivize liberalization in other countries amid the international expansion of its flag carrier LATAM Chilewhich now has major operations in many other Latin American countries.
In —, the United States Department of Transportation authorized Polynesian Airlines to provide temporary cabotage service in American Samoa after the existing US flag carrier ceased operations, one of very few instances where the US has granted cabotage rights in an emergency.
The “modified sixth freedom ” refers to the right to carry passengers between two points in country A through a hub in country B; for instance, a Boston-Toronto-Seattle itinerary. Certain airlines operate services within a foreign country without the right to carry local traffic.
For instance, Qantas operates service between New York and Los Angeles solely for use by international connecting passengers. Such services are not generally considered to be cabotage.
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