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air corridor

A restricted air route specified for use by friendly aircraft and established for the purpose of preventing that aircraft from being fired on by friendly forces.
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Additional PEMs will be built to support the FAA's initiative to ease traffic congestion in high-traffic air corridors.
Importantly, Saudi authorities would have less than five minutes to react once hijackers diverted a flight from international air corridors.
Contract award: Provision of the service of air corridors reviews of transmission lines.
Israel said the damage was debris from a mid-air rocket interception by its Iron Dome missile defence system, which it says has been successful in protecting Ben Gurion Airport, along with a precautionary measure of narrowing of air corridors.
As Europe's air corridors are among the densest in the world, there have been calls for better technology and coordination, especially after the March disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
After several changes to the plan including runway reorientation and relocating the main facility, the IdMoT's Director for Airports, Agus Santoso, has now said the plan still did not meet minimum safety requirements in that its proximity to the nearby airports of Budiarto, Rumpin, Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta, and Jakarta Halim could impinge on current commercial air corridors as well as the Indonesian Aviation Institute's (STPI) airspace.
What's more, the 26 missiles flew directly through one of the world's major air corridors in western Iran, used by planes flying from Europe to stopovers in Dubai before proceeding to the Far East.
The Association of European Airlines, or AEA, says that streamlining Europe's jigsaw of national air corridors would save airlines e1/43 billion ($3.
He noted that after foreign airlines requested to use Iran's safe airspace following the incidents in Iraq and Ukraine, Iran opened five new air corridors.
While taking to Times of Oman, an official at Emirates said that rerouting will not cost the passengers more and as there are various air corridors, we will not lose time also.
The MH17 crash occurred after Ukraine left open air corridors that lay within the range of the missile blamed for destroying the jet.
Europe's air corridors are among the densest in the world and there have been calls for better technology and coordination and a unifiedcontrol network, although some air traffic controller unions oppose these measures.