Fifteen years after the Kosovo crisis, NATO has allowed civilian air traffic overflights through the republic’s upper airspace (Flight Level 205 to Flight Level 660) with the opening up of five direct routes. The re-opening of the airspace follows an offer from the government of Hungary for its air navigation service provider (ANSP), HungaroControl, to act as a technical enabler for the provision of air navigation services to civilian overflights. The offer was accepted by the North ...

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