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air corridor

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Definition of air corridor in English:

noun

A route to which aircraft are restricted, especially over a foreign country: the existing navigation system sends flights along rigidly fixed air corridors
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  • The route was ‘The Hump’ - the treacherous air corridor over the Himalayas that claimed so many Allied aircraft that it was nicknamed ‘the aluminum trail.’
  • The route of the air corridor will be specified at a later stage.
  • That means heightened security at airports, flights to North America banned, private planes effectively grounded and a clear air corridor over central London with no aircraft allowed to overfly the capital.

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