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Why airlines pay to fly over other countries

Airlines pay a fee to fly over other countries. They're called overflight fees. Just as countries have rights to their land, they have rights to the air above them. Most countries "rent" that airspace to foreign airlines, allowing them to fly through it. Some countries also provide air traffic control services. Part of the fee goes towards these services. There's no standard fee.
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