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    America warns airlines to use Iranian airspace and prefer Iraqi

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    America warns airlines to use Iranian airspace and prefer Iraqi Empty America warns airlines to use Iranian airspace and prefer Iraqi

    Post by Rocky Tue 11 Sep 2018, 2:44 am

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    America warns airlines to use Iranian airspace and prefer Iraqi


    The United States has issued new airline guidelines urging them to exercise caution while flying over Iranian airspace, citing fears of military activity involving the intercept of a US civilian aircraft that was not identified by fighter jets in December 2017.
    The updated instructions from the Federal Aviation Administration to US companies, issued last Sunday after the previous guidelines expired, said there were also military activities linked to the conflict in Syria from Iranian airspace or through it.
    The Air Services Bureau, which provides information on airline safety, said the deteriorating relationship between the United States and Iran should be taken into account when planning flights through Iranian airspace.
    "Although the re-opening of Iraqi airspace in November last year provided other options for routes, there is no ideal route in the region and companies should consider their preference," the US-based office said in an e-mail to customers on Monday. Iraq in return for Iran. "
    Tensions between Iran and the United States increased after President Donald Trump withdrew from a landmark nuclear deal with Tehran in May and re-imposed sanctions on the Islamic Republic last month.
    The State Department advises its citizens not to travel to Iran because of the risk of arbitrary arrest and detention. The aviation services office said this could cause problems if a plane without prior planning landed in Iran for medical or technical reasons.
    The ministry does not advise its citizens to travel to Iraq because of the threat of terrorism and armed conflict. The latest Iraq Guidelines issued in December 2017 prohibit US airlines, in most cases, from flying at less than 26,000 feet because of the possibility of fighting.

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