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EASA Backs Resuming Commercial Flights Over Crimea

Old 21st Feb 2016, 11:32
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EASA Backs Resuming Commercial Flights Over Crimea

European Air Safety Body Backs Resuming Commercial Flights Over Crimea - WSJ

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Old 22nd Feb 2016, 16:00
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It may be more accurate to say that EASA is continuing to evaluate the region, and that they have evaluated some additional measures effected by the Ukraine. I cannot access the WSJ article, but if they are saying that EASA supports resuming overflights, that may be a bit of a stretch. My impression is that EASA is continuing their evaluation of the region.

Here is the 17 February 2016 update:

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Old 22nd Feb 2016, 17:11
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Presumably Russia would prevent any incidents in Russian airspace, which would include Crimea.
Sadly the risk once west of Crimea might be quite different.
A route that passengers might choose to avoid.
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Old 22nd Feb 2016, 18:26
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I suppose that the situation will be similar to that what we have when crossing the border between Nicosia and Ankara FIRs...
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