air space


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air space

any part of the interior of an organism occupied by air.
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The WRB needs to be vapor open enough to allow the plywood or OSB to dry into the ventilated air space.
In this role, Dyer will support Jviation clients with air space analysis, air space routing, unmanned aircraft systems, and capacity/efficiency enhancements.
aDuring the week, the air space of Bulgaria was defended better and we had greater security without having to restrict our national sovereignty,a stated Nenchev.
The civil war that broke out in Syria in 2011 led to an increase in the frequency of Turkish air space violations by Syrian, Greek and most recently, Russian jets and planes, according to diplomatic sources.
Air Space is due to open during the winter, creating 80 jobs.
To safeguard a country's air space, air defense identification zones extend beyond territorial air space and are designed as a buffer to give a government more time to respond to potentially hostile aircraft.
The Russian warplanes on Wednesday at no point entered US sovereign air space or Canadian air space, Humphries told AFP.
According to the estimates that the CAA made in cooperation with Eurocontrol, the air space opening is going to cut airliners' routes and drive up air traffic flow in the region
Jets were scrambled from RAF Leuchars on Wednesday to keep an eye on two huge Tupolev Bear aircraft flying close to our air space.
The figure of foreign planes passing through Iraqi air space reached to 15.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan lodged a protest and condemned country's air space violation by the Indian jets on Tuesday morning.
In many such cases, warm air space heating is the preferred option because of its efficiency and responsiveness and, in this respect, there have been two recent developments of particular note.