Russia imposes no fly zones to practise aviation shipping attacks

by Bruce Jones

Russia has issued an international notice to pilots (NOTAM) creating no fly zones over Crimea and parts of the Black Sea from 20–24 April in order to practise convoy protection and surface attack drills. ”The area has been declared temporarily dangerous for aircraft,“ the NOTAM announced on 20 April.

The prohibited airspace up to 62,000 ft, covers southern Crimea from Sevastopol to Feodosia, Crimea’s southern coast, and some international waters in the adjoining Black Sea.

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