freetoroam Posted July 18, 2014 #151 Share Posted July 18, 2014 I would say that the FAA was more strikt than other countries Aviation Administrations by giving an order. Other agencies might have published just a recommendation to avoid the Uraine airspace but a recommendation is just what it is, a recommendation. And that gives the airlines an open space for decisions that are at least for 50% related to economic aspects and not just only to the aspects of security. Wow! thats one hell of a risk to take. But I understand where you are coming from. But now I am not sure what is more scary: A: taking a flight with a company prepared to risk flying over a restricted area because they are not part of the FAA B: flying with an airline who`s economic priorities (baring in mind the last catastrophe) out weigh passenger security. C: or both combined. 2 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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