Cabotage

[mass noun]

The right to operate sea, air or other transport services within a particular territory. 

Origin

Mid 19th century (in the sense ‘coastal trade’): from French, from caboter ‘sail along a coast’, perhaps from Spanish cabo ‘cape, headland’.

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