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  •  except your question is invalid (7+ / 0-)

    because the Bolivian plane was not flying "wherever whenever" but on the course that had been planned. The way you ask it suggests it was a total shock to the French and Portueguese that this airplane had come out of nowhere and was in their airspace.

    •  My question is very valid . (1+ / 0-)
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      Answer the questions , stop with the run around .

      The way you ask it suggests it was a total shock to the French and Portueguese that this airplane had come out of nowhere and was in their airspace.
      My question does not say that or suggest that . You are reading that into it .

      So if I file a flight plan , I can go on the flight as planed no matter what ? The countries I plan to fly over can't say no ?

      The country has control over its own airspace , it may say yes it may say no , it may change its mind while the aircraft is in the air .

      The standard you walk past is the standard you accept. David Morrison

      by indycam on Tue Jul 02, 2013 at 08:50:23 PM PDT

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