The latest in our series of Country Lowdowns is: Turkey. There have been some changes of late, including an exclusion for aircraft registered in countries without a bilateral agreement with Turkey, from the new overflight permit exemption. Hmmm. That’s a mouthful.
In easier language – if you’re flying an M-reg or a VP-reg aircraft, you’ll probably need an overflight permit.
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More on the topic:
- More: This map shows the world of Overflight and Landing Permits – and the requirements
- More: Indonesia is intercepting aircraft – outside their airspace
- More: Istanbul Mega-Airport opening soon – but not for everyone
- More: Dubai to London – which way is best?
- More: Countries with bans on flights to Israel