The European Aviation Safety Agency, the EU agency responsible for civil aviation safety, has dropped a plan aired one year ago to restrict air traffic over Ukraine’s three airports closest to the war zone —
Wednesday, June 27, 2018

The European Aviation Safety Agency, the EU agency responsible for civil aviation safety, has dropped a plan aired one year ago to restrict air traffic over Ukraine’s three airports closest to the war zone —

The European Aviation Safety Agency, the EU agency responsible for civil aviation safety, has dropped a plan aired one year ago to restrict air traffic over Ukraine’s three airports closest to the war zone — Kharkiv, Dnipro and Zaporizhia. After closed door talks, the EU agency backed away from the idea, Minister Omelyan told UNIAN Tuesday.

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