“Last year`s peak season was the first time we had to sign a block agreement for flights from London Heathrow,” Bosman said. “We signed them for other gateways, of course, but it was new for Heathrow, as we recognized, if we didn`t, we would fight. We were also one of the only carriers to do that. For the perishable goods sector, the problem has become increasingly urgent, as airlines are forced to choose between the space of less-paid perishable goods or other better-paid goods. One carrier said it would not be unreasonable for a carrier to “blow on the goods that make more money.” 1.5 The route is subject to the granting of the corresponding traffic rights to CV. If these rights are not granted, revoked or revoked for a given route, the rights and obligations of the parties with respect to the route concerned are either (i) suspended until the corresponding traffic rights are granted, or (ii) automatically terminated if the corresponding traffic rights are not granted within three (3) months from the date of the corresponding sales contract. , including, but not limited to, soft blocked space agreement, hard blocking zone agreement or capacity agreement (hereafter referred to as “agreement”) or loss of those rights. 3.2 CV can, with the customer`s agreement, buy back capacity from the closed space. “If an airline can get more from another sector through perishable goods, it will create other barriers, which is why we are entering into these agreements in bulk.” “In the past, exporters could choose and choose their airlines, but now they have to work more collectively during the off-season to get the place in high season.” Due to the increase in demand – which is mainly due to the increase in e-commerce turnover – road hauliers in the perishable goods sector must decide whether to sign bulk contracts or lose space. Most major airlines today have codeshare partnerships with other airlines, and code sharing is an essential feature of major airline alliances. In general, code-sharing agreements are also part of trade agreements between airlines in the same alliances.