Ukraine Closed Its Airspace to Civilian Flights Amid Russian Military Action

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Ukrainian airspace was limited for civilian flights as Russia began assaulting Ukraine early in the earlymorning on Thursday.

Airlines consistingof Qatar Airways, Wizz Air, Turkish Airlines and others haveactually canceled Kyiv flights setup for Thursday. The flights were limited “due to possible threat for civil airtravel,” stated the notification published on a Federal Aviation Administration site.

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) stated airspace in Russia and Belarus within 100 nautical miles of their borders with Ukraine might likewise posture security dangers.

“In specific, there is a danger of both deliberate targeting and misidentification of civil airplane,” the firm stated in a dispute zone publication.

“The existence and possible usage of a large variety of ground and air-borne warfare systems present a high threat for civil flights operating at all elevations and flight levels.”

Source: Reuters

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