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Members of the board said it was likely the hot air balloon had drifted inside controlled airspace during the flight but they could not positively determine this for certain.
He added, Controlled airspace safeguards aircraft when they are approaching and departing the airport.
So why the provocative violation of Turkish controlled airspace if only the natural gas reserves are at issue?
Changes do not include the creation of new controlled airspace or changes to airspace classification and will mainly affect airspace over the English Channel.
40pm on Bank Holiday Monday when the pilot of a light aircraft, described as a "low wing single engine monoplane", strayed into controlled airspace without permission.
3 percent decrease in the number of aircraft in UK controlled airspace last year," NATS said.
The decision to close all controlled airspace in Britain has wrecked the travel plans of thousands of passengers.
He added: "It is true that on a number of occasions recently the airport has taken the decision to issue what is described as a notice to airman (NOTAM), effectively closing the airport's controlled airspace for a short period.