oceanic airspace

oceanic airspace

The airspace over the oceans of the world. It is considered international airspace, where oceanic separation and procedure as per the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) are applied. Air traffic control services in oceanic airspace are provided by countries given such responsibility by the ICAO based upon geographical proximity and the availability of required resources.
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OneSKY is the worlds most advanced civil military airspace integration project and calls for the modernization of the Australian and associated oceanic airspace.
The space-based VHF communications system involves the mounting of VHF communications equipment onto a constellation of small low-earth-orbit satellites to enable clear and real-time communications between air traffic controllers and pilots over oceanic airspace.
Flights to Dar es Salam and Zanzibar and vice versa are currently planned via Sana'a Oceanic airspace.
The Iata-coordinated Aircraft Tracking Task Force noted in its report that tracking over remote and oceanic airspace could be achieved through existing means of reporting and that new space-based technologies may play a key role in future.
Part of the flight to Havana will pass through oceanic airspace that is controlled by New York air traffic centre, a source told ITAR-TASS news agency, though it wasn't clear whether US authorities would be able to somehow ground the plane.
Iridium Communications Inc (NASDAQ:IRDM), a mobile voice and data satellite communications network, on Monday announced that the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will authorise aircraft operating in oceanic airspace to use its satellite data service for critical air traffic control communications.
Within the Senegalese-controlled Dakar oceanic airspace there is only one track, airway UL435, along which aircraft can cross four main airways - UN741, UN866, UN873 and UN857 - between South America and Europe.
ADS can also be considered an applicated process that actually combines technical communication and navigation systems and by enhancing the level of automation of ground-based systems will significantly improve ATM, especially in oceanic airspace.
This airspace combines a flexible transition corridor from continental Europe aligned with the oceanic airspace over southern Greenland and the East coast of Canada.
When fully deployed, ATOP will manage approximately 80 percent of the world's controlled oceanic airspace, including approximately 24 million square miles over the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic oceans.
They receive, process, coordinate, distribute and track information on aircraft movement throughout the nation's upper airspace and in the oceanic airspace at its borders.
There is a lack of precise data over oceanic airspace," says Muilenburg.