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During yesterday and today, warnings have been issued to several reconnaissance aircraft of the trans-regional states which were flying near the Flight Information Regions of the country's borders," Lieutenant Commander of Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defence Base General Shahrokh Shahram said, as reported by (http://english.
With this type of policy, the current civil aviation act would have to be amended to include the age cap to be placed on planes that fly within the Accra flight information region.
She said: "Following a similar incident on Wednesday 29 October, the RAF Typhoon pilots visually identified the Russian aircraft and escorted them through the UK flight information region.
The Nicosia Flight Information Region (FIR) was among the "most constraining" air control centres in 2013, being responsible together with Warsaw, Barcelona and the Canary Islands for 28% of air traffic delays in Europe, an air traffic control report has said.
Seamless use of airspace: Historically, the Arabian Peninsula was operated as one Flight Information Region (FIR) from Bahrain.
Codenamed 'Onisilos-Gideon', the scheduled drill took place inside the Nicosia flight information region (FIR).
The installation of the radios, to be located on the hilltop site Seru Gracia on the island of Curacao, will provide ground-to-air communications for pilots throughout the Curacao Flight Information Region, one of the busiest in the Caribbean region due to the high volume of flights between North and South America.
These aircraft had violated the Flight Information Region (FIR) (of the Islamic Republic in the Persian Gulf) before and we had warned them, but this time the warning was much harsher," he continued.