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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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But one thing is for sure - all of these users will need to know what's happening in the airspace around them and eventually they will need the ability to communicate their activities to others in the airspace.
The Russian Defense Ministry confirmed that on October 3, an Su-30 Flanker multirole fighter briefly violated Turkish airspace for a few seconds.
After a request by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Iran voiced its readiness to allow flights from Northern Europe to the Eastern parts of Asia to pass through its airspace as an alternate route," Shoushtari said at the time.
We feel honoured that GCAA has chosen to partner with us in their effort to optimise airspace efficiency.
Any plane moving across Iranian airspace should pay for each hour for monitoring and radar equipment," Ali-Reza Bahirai, an Iranian aviation specialist, told the Fars news agency over the summer.
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Ali said the GCC members, including Saudi Arabia, could finally break ground on an airspace agreement to the end of 2015 or early 2016.
A report by Washington Post showed the airlines that could be greatly affected by Russian sanctions over its airspace include Lufthansa, KLM, Air France, British Airways, Finnair, United Airlines, Czech Airlines, Delta Airlines and SAS, among others.
We are trying to squeeze the fast-growing civil aviation component into a fraction of the airspace," it quoted IATA director-general and chief executive Tony Tyler as saying at the Global Aerospace Summit in Abu Dhabi.
Expo 2020 will certainly put more pressure on the development of the airspace, adds Ahli, and that new technologies will support a more modern airspace development and management.
NATS, a UK-based provider of air traffic services, and London Gatwick are seeking public opinion and feedback on the proposed airspace change with a particular focus on reducing the impact of aircraft noise.
Summary: Two Israeli drones violated Lebanese airspace Monday, the Lebanese Army announced Tuesday.