Multilateral Agreement on Commercial Rights of Non-Scheduled Air Services Among the Association of South East Asian Nations Law and Legal Definition

Multilateral Agreement on Commercial Rights of Non-Scheduled Air Services Among the Association of South East Asian Nations is a regional agreement signed by the government of the Republic of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Republic of the Philippines, the Republic of Singapore and the Kingdom of Thailand, the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (I.C.A.O.) to accelerate and intensify the implementation of the aims and purposes of ASEAN on non-scheduled air navigation.

By the agreement the parties agreed that aircrafts engaged in non-scheduled commercial flights which do not harm scheduled services are admitted freely to their territories for purposes of taking on or discharging passengers and cargo. The agreement defined the rights and privilege of their respective commercial aircraft to take on passengers and cargo for pay or hire on other than scheduled international services.