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air space

A three-dimensional slice of property above ground level.People who own condominiums own the rights to a specific air space.

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As a functional airspace block in close co-ordination of plans, Lithuania and Poland gained more negotiating power and influence in making international decisions.
The mission showed in its report the route of the UAE aircraft which Qatar claimed to have violated its airspace, the statement said.
The network can be used with third party AAVs and UAVs, and by making Smart Cities a part of the Blockchain Airspace economy.
Expressing regret over the incident, Qassemi said, "Iran's airspace is open to the planes of the friendly countries like Bulgaria.
Drone operators will be able to fly more missions in more airspace than ever before, creating more opportunities to contribute to the US drone economy, which is expected to generate 100,000 jobs and USD 82 billion in economic impact by 2025.
Bahrain has taken this measure in compliance with ICAO's directives to ensure safety in the air traffic system over international waters and it does not mean that the kingdom has allowed Qatar Airways to use its sovereign airspace.
Later in the evening there was another suspected violation of airspace by the same aircraft type.
Due 2 northern areas airspace restrictions PIA's 21st Sep's flights to Gilgit, Skardu and Chitral have been cancelled.
Andrey Kelin, director of the department for European cooperation at the Russian Foreign Ministry, said there is no NATO airspace, in an open reference to the NATO secretary-general's comments after the latest incident.
section] 40103(1) states that the "United States Government has exclusive sovereignty of air space of the United States," subsection 2 recognizes public use of airspace only above navigable airspace, thereby retaining private ownership below navigable airspace.
IN THE wake of multi-billion-dollar airport expansions, countries in the Middle East have been grappling with mitigating airspace bottlenecks and looking towards technology to keep the growth clear of crowded skies.
Beirut, Rabi'I 27, 1435, Jan 28, 2014, SPA -- Israeli military planes entered today the Lebanese airspace in clear violation of UN Resolution 1701 and the country's sovereignty.