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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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a pilot departing from an uncontrolled field in instrument conditions but without a clearance has no assurance that VFR conditions will prevail when he reaches controlled airspace..
Iran also saw heavier use of its airspace, officials said.
Airspace uses AI and advanced robotics to create fully automated, always-on solutions that deliver the three mandatory requirements of airspace security: long-range detection, instant identification, and safe capture and removal of unauthorized or malicious drones.
Yesterday, Putrajaya announced that it will move to reclaim the airspace in phases between 2019 and 2023, notwithstanding previous permission for Singapore to use the delegated zone in southern Johor since 1974.
The network can be used with third party AAVs and UAVs, and by making Smart Cities a part of the Blockchain Airspace economy."
"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."
It is noteworthy that the violation of Israeli reconnaissance aircraft to the Lebanese airspace have been repeated during the last period.
However, the Russian defense ministry denied any airspace violations and said that a Su-27 jet was on a training mission over the neutral waters of the Gulf of Finland on Thursday.
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.
Israel violates Lebanon's airspace on an almost daily basis, claiming the flights serve surveillance purposes.
Saif Mohammed Al Suwaidi, Director General of the GC , spoke exclusively to Via Dubai for its current edition about grappling with airspace constraints, the challenges ahead for the aviation industry and what is being done to meet the ever-increasing demands.