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The United States banned their planes flying over the Dnipropetrovsk


Dec 29, 2014 the Federal aviation Agency (FAA) extends the ban on flights to the us civil aviation to ensure flight safety and prevent potential danger to passengers and aircraft.

Earlier, at the beginning of April 2014, FAA issued a special rule SFAR No. 113, which had been prescribed a total ban on passenger flights over areas controlled by the dispatching service of Simferopol. Now, after the additions to this rule, the ban fell, the entire territory of responsibility of the flight Dnepropetrovsk.

This is stated in a special order of the FAA, which is available on the official website of the Federal register us government.

The effect of special regulations SFAR No. 113, applies to all United States air carriers, U.S. commercial operators, as well as of persons with evidence of US pilots. The exceptions are cases when pilots operate aircraft registered in the United States as foreign carriers. Also in this list are the operators of a U.S. registered civil aircraft, except operators, which are the official foreign carriers.

Official information about when the ban is lifted, American planes once again allowed to carry out flights over Dnepropetrovsk, is not yet available.

Category: Airway
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Date of publication: 26.12.2014

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