IN-2014/116: Airspace Infringement Reporting Standards

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Reference:IN-2014/116
Title:Airspace Infringement Reporting Standards
Description:Airspace infringements are held to pose a significant safety risk to aircraft and are reported by civil Air Traffic Service (ATS) units in accordance with Directive 2003/42/EC (on occurrence reporting in civil aviation), which requires airspace infringements to be reported. Military units follow similar military reporting requirements; reports are subsequently forwarded to the CAA for incorporation into its safety occurrence database.
This IN supersedes IN-2013/022.

Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:18 July 2014
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