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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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For example, initially all commercial aircraft were flying within air corridors, and only one commercial aircraft (a singleton) changed course to fly outside its air corridor.
Kabul [Afghanistan], October 28 ( ANI ): Afghanistan has sent 198 tons of fresh and dried fruit to India through the Afghan-India Air Corridor Program since June 18, reported TOLO News.
We are delighted to create a new air corridor and see great potential in Azerbaijan not only for business and investment in the country's vast energy resources as well as the development of the tourism sector for family and independent travel drawing from the Middle East.
As well as the costs of increased fuel, the Turkish air corridor being closed to us means that a flight to Russia will take us four hours when Aeroflot can accomplish it in two and a half.
The air corridor which passes over Russia's Kamchatka peninsula is used to link Seoul's Incheon airport with US cities like New York, Los Angeles and Chicago and some Russian destinations.
Sileo will join a committee composed of elected leaders who will oversee a joint land-use plan aimed at protecting the R-2508 airspace, a massive restricted air corridor that stretches from Edwards along the Sierra Nevada.
Crowded sky: Aircraft flying through the air corridor on their descent towards Heathrow between 8.
The two jets were a few nautical miles away in the same air corridor, said a PIA spokesperson, adding that the PIA aircraft went into a steep dive to avoid a collision.
Cairo International is set to have an additional runway, an extra air corridor and a third terminal.
This area lies under an air corridor which Israeli war planes were using in air raids on Damascus.
The near miss took place in a heavily congested air corridor.
When Arens was finally allowed to go, he met with Bush and Baker but found both cold to his demands for a cleared air corridor to Iraq so Israeli warplanes could strike back.