Category Country Safety News

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2015-10-08 Parts of turkish airspace restriced because of military activity

Due to ongoing multinational military traffic and combat operations the upper airspace in southeastern Turkey and along the border to Syria is no longer open for civilian aircraft. (see chart below) As of Oct 7 2015, air traffic control advised all operators flying in , out and through this specific airspace to avoid conflict situations. Operators were ...
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Sep

2014-07-14-17 Tripolis Airport attack, several civilian aircraft damaged or destroyed

Again after the attacks on Sunday 13th of July, the international airport of Tripolis became the target of rival militia groups who wants to take control of the airfield.

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Aug

JACDEC Analysis: Country Safety Study

In co-coperation with AirlinePROFILER.eu Country Safety Analysis conducted by AirlinePROFILER supported by JACDEC database systems. Globalization, harmonization and standardization are the keywords in todays commercial aviation business. In terms of operational safety matters, the times where each country does it alone are definetely gone for good. Supranational institutions like ICAO´s IOSA airline safety auditings, the universal country ...
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Aug

2017-07-31 New Iraq Overflight Restrictions by FAA

Narrative Iraq overflight restrictions for US Airlines The Federal Aviation Administration is restricting U.S. airlines from flying at or below 30,000 feet over Iraq because of what it calls "the potentially hazardous situation created by the armed conflict" there. Previously, the FAA issued an overflight minimum of 20.000 feet. There were fears that heavily armed militias ...