oceanic airspace

The airspace over the oceans of the world. It is considered international airspace, where oceanic separation and procedure as per the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) are applied. Air traffic control services in oceanic airspace are provided by countries given such responsibility by the ICAO based upon geographical proximity and the availability of required resources.

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