After Shooting Down Drone By Iran, US Restricts Flight Operations - TNBC USA

Washington padlocked US civilian flights from Tehran-led airspace over the Gulf and Gulf of Oman “ until further notice” after Iran shot down a US military drone. The reductions are due to “ heightened military activities and increased political tensions in the region, which presents an inadvertent risk to US civil aviation operations and potential for miscalculation or misidentification”, told by the US Federal Aviation Administration.

As per the claim of the aviation regulator, “ the risk to US civil aviation is demonstrated by the Iranian surface-to-air missile shoot-down of a US unmanned aircraft system”.

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