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In North America, both Canadian and United States fighter jets are scrambled to welcome and escort Santa into the sovereign national airspace, and some of those jets are equipped with additional Santa Cams.
Over the years, more military escorts have been necessary as Santa must cross restricted airspace in order to keep his demanding schedule, but military forces have always been cooperative with Mr. Claus.
Add two 1.75L bottles of vodka or PGA to the jar, and be sure to allow for at least an inch of airspace at the top.
The land and the airspace surrounded the site is restricted and the US government, and the people who work there, have said preciously little about the facility since it was classified as restricted by President Eisenhower in 1955.
Not so when it comes to international services overflying many countries ' airspace and needing sophisticated satellite connections.
The United States is also seeking permission to use Turkish airspace, which Turkey granted during the 1991 Persian Gulf War.
In congested airspace or restricted airspace, the controlling facility has a more hands on approach for guidance.
The hostile ravens carried out 18 combat air sorties from Saudi airspace and 14 combat air sorties from Kuwaiti airspace.
Take, for example, the consultation in 2004 by Eurocontrol on charging for VFR flight in uncontrolled airspace.
In return the Irish Aviation Authority will take responsibility for oceanic transition airspace to the west of the UK.
A statement released by the Lebanese Army Command announced that five breaches of Lebanese airspace were recorded Tuesday night.