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air space

[¦er ¦spās]
(engineering)
An enclosed space containing air in a wall for thermal insulation.
(ordnance)
The space in a firearm between the powder charge and projectile.

Air space

A hollow space between the inner surfaces within a building, or building component, such as between the panes of insulating glass, inner surfaces of masonry walls, between ceiling and floor in steel truss construction, and between an inner and outer dome.

air space

The space above private property or public property for which air rights may be granted.
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25 F-16 jets belonging to Greece put six Turkish F-16 jets under radar lock for 40 seconds while the Turkish jets were training in international air space over the Aegean Sea.
Russia's air strikes in Syria mean that Russian and NATO planes are now flying combat missions in the same air space for the first time since World War Two, heightening concern that the Cold War enemies could fire on each other.
The projected amendments are being called for by aA need to enhance NATOas capabilities to police the air space of the countries on its eastern flank, including Bulgaria, as recommended by the Allianceas Summit in Wales last year.
Air Space and Go Ape director Rebecca Mayhew said: "At 50,000 square feet and cathedral-like height, our Wolverhampton site will take the crown as the biggest trampoline park in Europe.
The Macedonian air navigation authorities handle 130,000 overflights in Macedonia's air space a year and additional 26,000 overflights are expected once the sky of Kosovo opens.
In terms of the Iraqi air space sector, I cannot say that we are capable of securing Iraqi air space as the Iraqi.
Answering a question on the flights of the Turkish Air Force in international air space over the Aegean Sea, Unal said that all flights took place within the frame of general principles.
The Army Command statement said an Israeli warplane violated Lebanon's air space above Lebanese waters facing the village of Naqoura Tuesday and carried out circular overflights above Lebanese waters stretching from Sidon to Naqoura before returning to Israel.
NATS, a provider of UK air navigation services, confirmed yesterday that air traffic within UK air space had fallen by 21.
The edges of the ash cloud hovering above the country's southern provinces were also highly visible, which is crucial information for pilots when the air space is (temporarily) opened.
Summary: Officials are bracing the nation for a second day of travel chaos as UK air space is set to stay closed to at least 1900 on Friday.
In a written reply, Antony stated that Pakistan intruded six times into the Indian Air space, while China did the same three times and the US aircrafts twice.