For more information, please contact the Contact Center at 8-800-700-0707, please call (495) 363-30-76 with any questions regarding entering into contracts with corporate customers. Unlike transit rights, “traffic rights” allow international commercial services between, through and, in some cases, within countries that are parties to air agreements or other treaties. [2:146 While it was agreed that the third to fifth freedom should be negotiated between states, the International Air Services Agreement (or “Five Freedoms Agreement”) was also opened for signature, which covers the first five freedoms. :108 The remaining four freedoms are made possible by certain air agreements, but are not officially recognized, as they are not mentioned in the Chicago Convention. :108 1913, a bilateral exchange of banknotes between Germany and France was signed in the agreement probably as soon as possible in order to allow airship services. . . .