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Haiti 12 Jun
Risk Summary updated: MTPP/Port-au-Prince airport reopened in May, but gangs still control much of the capital.
Haiti 12 Jun
US Notam extended: Caution due to unpublished airport and airspace restrictions. Operators should talk to ATC directly for the current status of airports, given ongoing civil unrest and security risks.
South Korea 10 Jun
New South Korea Notam: Watch out for GPS interference in the RKRR/Incheon FIR. It has been reported in the vicinity of Seoul, including RSKI/Incheon. The interference likely originates from North Korea in response to ongoing military drills in the area.
Congo DRC 24 May
UK Notam extended: UK operators should not enter the airspace along the border between Congo DRC and Rwanda near FZNA/Goma airport below 25,000ft AGL, due to the potential risk from anti-aircraft weaponry.
Iran 17 May
New German extended, no change to warning: German operators should not to enter the airspace of Iran due to potential risk from escalating conflict and anti-aviation weaponry.
South Korea 16 May
Reports of GPS spoofing around Seoul in the north of the country, close to the border with North Korea.
Iran 19 Apr
Risk summary updated: Israel completed an aerial attack on Iran during the night of Apr 19. Iran temporarily closed the western part of the FIR.
Israel 15 Apr
Risk summary updated: Iran missile attack on Israel on Apr 14, airspace level 2 again - Danger exists.
Somalia 15 Apr
New German Notam: German operators should not overfly the HCSM/Mogadishu FIR below FL260, except the oceanic part east of E54 degrees.
Lebanon 03 Apr
UK Notam extended: Caution to UK operators in the OLBB/Beirut FIR due to potential risk from military activity.
Mali 20 Mar
Germany Notam extended, no change to warning: German operators are prohibited from the northern part of Mali below FL260, and should not enter the southern part of the country below FL260.
Mali 21 Feb
Updated US FAA Notam, advice remains the same: Caution for US operators in Mali's airspace at all levels due to ongoing fighting, militant activity, and foreign private military presence with advanced air defense systems.
Mali 21 Feb
Updated US FAA Background Notice, advice remains the same: Caution for US operators in Mali's airspace at all levels due to ongoing fighting, militant activity, and foreign private military presence with advanced air defense systems.
Congo DRC 19 Feb
Risk summary updated: Flights at lower levels in airspace near the border between Rwanda and Congo DRC may be at increased risk, following a recent incident where a parked civilian aircraft at FZNA/Goma was damaged by at least one bomb dropped from a drone.
Rwanda 19 Feb
Risk summary updated: Flights at lower levels in airspace near the border between Rwanda and Congo DRC may be at increased risk, following a recent incident where a parked civilian aircraft at FZNA/Goma was damaged by at least one bomb dropped from a drone.
Somalia 18 Feb
Risk summary updated: Aircraft transiting Somalia contacted by unauthorized ATC units, who have been issuing climb/descent instructions that conflict with the official ones issued by Mogadishu Control.
Ethiopia 01 Feb
Risk summary updated: New flare-up in fighting in the Amhara region (south of Tigray region), including air strikes.
Egypt 29 Jan
UK Notam extended, no change to warning: Caution to UK operators over the Red Sea and Gulf of Aqaba due to risk from heightened military activity.
Russia 24 Jan
Risk summary updated: Crash of military transport aircraft in Russian airspace near Belgarod, approx 20nm from the Ukrainian border. Both Russia and Ukraine have accused each other of shooting it down.
Pakistan 17 Jan
Risk summary updated: Iranian missile strike in western Pakistan, and crew reports of GPS spoofing around OPLA/Lahore airport.
Yemen 14 Jan
Risk summary updated: US and UK carried out airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen including targets near the capital, Sanaa. This is in response to recent missile and drone attacks in the Red Sea.
Myanmar 11 Jan
Risk summary updated: Armed group shot down a military helicopter in the northern state of Kachin, which borders China. Also a report of GPS jamming on airway A599 that connects with Chinese airspace.
Niger 09 Jan
Risk summary updated: Report of intermittent GPS spoofing in Niger, which began during climb out of DRRN/Niamey and remained until descent to DXXX/Lome in Togo to the south.
Lebanon 08 Jan
Canada Notam extended, no change to warning: Caution to Canadian operators in the OLBB/Beirut FIR due to potential risk from military activity.
Israel 08 Jan
Canada Notam extended, no change to warning: Caution to Canadian operators in the LLLL/Tel Aviv FIR due to potential risk from military activity.
Syria 27 Dec
Updated US SFAR, advice remains the same: US operators are prohibited from entering the OSTT/Damascus FIR.
Mali 20 Dec
Risk summary updated: German operators are now prohibited from the northern part of Mali below FL260, due to escalating military conflict.
Turkey 22 Nov
Risk summary updated: GPS Spoofing being encountered over the Black Sea in Turkish airspace.
Lebanon 08 Nov
Risk summary updated: GPS spoofing reported in the OLBB/Beirut FIR.
Cyprus 07 Nov
Risk summary updated: GPS spoofing reported across the Mediterranean region.
Syria 31 Oct
Risk summary updated: OSDI/Damascus and OSAP/Aleppo airports were targeted again by airstrikes. OSDI closed temporarily due to runway damage.
Saudi Arabia 27 Oct
Risk summary updated: Cruise missiles and drones launched from Yemen targeting Israel. Some shot down over the Red Sea, others landing on Egypt/Israel border.
Egypt 27 Oct
Risk summary updated: Cruise missiles and drones launched from Yemen targeting Israel. Some shot down over the Red Sea, others landing on Egypt/Israel border.
Iraq 26 Sep
Risk summary updated: Several reports of GPS spoofing over the ORBB/Baghdad FIR.
Armenia 20 Sep
Risk summary updated: Ceasefire agreed between Armenia and Azerbaijan, following military conflict in the border zone. Azerbaijan has reopened the border airspace, but most operators are still actively avoiding the region, and routing north via Georgian airspace (UGGG/Tbilisi FIR) instead.
Azerbaijan 20 Sep
Risk summary updated: Ceasefire agreed between Armenia and Azerbaijan, following military conflict in the border zone. Azerbaijan has reopened the border airspace, but most operators are still actively avoiding the region, and routing north via Georgian airspace (UGGG/Tbilisi FIR) instead.
Libya 14 Aug
Risk summary updated: Major evacuation of aircraft from Tripoli due to security risk, violent clashes and gunfire.
Afghanistan 25 Jul
Risk summary updated: The US FAA has eased its airspace warning to now permit US operators to overfly the OAKX/Kabul FIR at FL320 and above.
North Korea 11 Jul
Risk summary updated: North Korea is threatening to actively shoot down reconnaissance aircraft in their airspace. This may put civil aviation at higher risk of mistaken identity in or near the ZKKP/Pyongyang FIR boundary.
Venezuela 27 Jun
US KICZ Notam cancelled. There are now no longer any airspace warnings in place for Venezuela.
Sudan 02 May
Risk summary updated: Conflict continues despite ceasefire, Sudan airspace closed.
South Sudan 15 Apr
Risk summary updated: Impact of Sudan military coup.
Moldova 17 Feb
Country summary updated: Added info on spillover risks from the conflict in Ukraine including Russian drone and missile strikes.
Indonesia 08 Feb
The security situation in Papua remains poor. While there are no active airspace warnings for Indonesian Papua or neighbouring Papua New Guinea, the region has a recent history of armed groups targeting either low flying aircraft or airports themselves.
Central African Republic 30 Nov
Risk summary updated: Flights at lower levels near Bangui may be at increased risk, following recent incident where unidentified aircraft dropped bombs targeting a militant group 150nm north of Bangui.
United Arab Emirates 25 Oct
Risk summary updated: No reported drone or missile strikes from Yemen since a ceasefire was agreed in April 2022, but this has not been extended as of Oct 2022, and there are concerns that the conflict may start up again soon.
Japan 04 Oct
Risk summary updated: North Korea fired a ballistic missile directly over Japan - the first to incur on Japanese airspace since 2017. Risk to aircraft from debris from missile re-entries striking aircraft overflying the oceanic part of the ZKKP/Pyongyang FIR over the Sea of Japan.