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28th July 2020
Using the airspace during Sea Breeze 2020 the state and civil aviation interests were duly regarded

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28th July 2020
Using the airspace during Sea Breeze 2020 the state and civil aviation interests were duly regarded
All units of Joint Civil-Military Air Traffic Management System of Ukraine, being an integral part of UkSATSE were actively participating in the Sea Breeze 2020 International Naval Exercises that were taking place in the Black Sea in Ukraine from 20 till 26 July 2020.

Our colleagues particularly from Ukraerocenter and Odesa Area Control Center (ACC), in which area of responsibility the flight exercises were performed, initiated the preparation for this event far in advance in January this year.

UkSATSE staff ensured the proper environment necessary for the safe usage of airspace during the exercises. For that reason, a certain part of airspace in Odesa and Simferopol Flight Information Regions (FIRs) along with appropriate sectors, necessary for different kinds of actions such as artillery shooting of ships, flights of combat aviation, and landing of airborne troops, were reserved.

The flights were performed by aircraft and helicopters of the Air Force and Naval Aviation of the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as well as by a US Navy P-8 Poseidon patrol aircraft.

All participants of Sea Breeze 2020 successfully performed all planned maneuvers. Owing to professional training while using the airspace the interests of the state and civil aviation were respected.
Source:  UkSATSE

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