What is Bermuda Agreement?

Legal Definition
The Agreement between the government of the United Kingdom and the government of the United States relating to Air Services between their respective Territories (Bermuda Agreement), reached in 1946 by American and British negotiators in Bermuda, was an early bilateral air transport agreement regulating civil air transport. It established a precedent for the signing of approximately 3,000 other such agreements between countries. The Agreement was replaced by the Bermuda II Agreement, signed in 1977 and effective in 1978.
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Legal Definition
In 1946 three more freedoms were added to the 1944 Chicago convention. The US and the UK allowed an airline to pick up cargo or passengers from their mother country and get them to their destination. Also allowing cargo or passengers to be picked up and b