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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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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.
Northern air corridor into mainland Asia Last known possible position between the two air corridors Southern corridor
Particular, the parties discussed development of air corridors and other areas of mutual interest.
Although there were no evacuations, a highway was shuttered from 30 minutes and it closed four air corridors servicing the Catania Airport in Sicily.
Israeli air space is closely monitored by the military and, except for commercial air corridors, is restricted, with special attention paid to numerous military and security installations.
The following day, we read that air corridors will be established without confirming the beginning and end points of these corridors.
The UAE has a total of 120,000 sq km of airspace, with 35 international air corridors - more than 50 per cent restricted to military use.
The UAE has a total of 120,000 square kilometres of airspace, with 35 international air corridors - more than 50 per cent restricted to military use.
Its existing airport serves over 50 million passengers a year, and the massive new Al Maktoum airport is designed to cater to 160 million as Dubai attempts to leverage its position at the crossroads of air corridors between continents.