The seventh and ninth unofficial freedoms are variations of the fifth freedom. It is the right to transport passengers or goods to foreign territories, without any travel in one`s own country, to or from their own country. :31 The seventh freedom is to provide international services between two foreign countries, and the ninth between the points of a single foreign country. IASTA allows each Member State to impose “reasonable” fees on foreign airlines for the use of its airports (which are probably only applicable to the second freedom);  According to IATA, these fees should not be higher than the fees charged to domestic airlines offering similar international services.  These fees are normally levied only for the privilege of flying over a country`s territory in the absence of the use of an airport.  (Overflights may continue to use the services of a country`s air traffic control centres). For example, the Federal Aviation Administration of the U.S., a signatory to IASTA, calculates e-mail charges of $61.75 per 100 nautical miles (190 km) from the great distance between the point of entry of an aircraft in U.S.-controlled airspace and the point of exit from that airspace.  In addition, a lower charge – the ocean charge – is calculated ($26.51 per 100 nautical miles (190 km) for flights over international waters where air traffic is controlled by the United States, including parts of the Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean and much of the North Pacific Ocean.  Countries that have not signed IASTA also apply overflight charges; Among them, Russia is known for imposing high fares, especially on the transarretian routes between North America and Asia that cross Siberia.  In 2008, Russia temporarily denied Lufthansa Cargo permission to fly cargo over its airspace, allegedly due to “delays in payment for its overflight rights”.  European airlines pay Russia 300 million euros a year for overflight authorizations.  On 2 October 2007, the United Kingdom and Singapore signed an agreement which, as of 30 March 2018, allowed the unlimited rights of the 7th freedom and the total exchange of other air freedoms. Air freedom applies to commercial aviation.
 :145-146 The terms “freedom” and “right” are an abbreviated form of reference to the nature of international services authorized between two or more countries. 145-146 Although these services are licensed by countries, airlines may continue to face restrictions on access to these services due to contracts or other reasons. 145-146:19 The fifth freedom of movement is taken by airlines that do not want or are not served, or by airlines whose flights already make technical stopovers in one place, as permitted by the second freedom. :32 Governments (z.B. Thailand) can sometimes promote fifth freedom transport to promote tourism by increasing the number of places available. In return, reactionary pressure may be exerted to avoid the liberalization of traffic rights in order to protect the commercial interests of a flogger. :110 In the 1990s, the fifth freedoms in Asia caused controversy due to the loss of airline services in the countries hosting them. :16-19 In particular, in protest at the service patterns of American airlines in Asia, some nations have become less generous in granting traffic rights in the fifth freedom, while traffic in the sixth freedom has gained in importance for Asian airlines. 112 The first and second freedom grant the right to cross a country without transporting traffic that settles or stops there and is called “transit rights”. :146 The Chicago Convention developed a multilateral agreement in which the first two freedoms, the International Air Services Transit Agreement (IASTA) or “Two Freedoms Agreement,” were open to all signatories.