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an enclosed passageway

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Afghanistan has exported 1,600 tons of fruits worth more than 20 million USD dollars to India via the air corridor so far.
Those airplanes are channelled through another air corridor further north, which crosses the path of arrivals.
Pakistan had extended logistic support and provided an air corridor for use by NATO aircraft following the September 2001 attacks on the United States but the present government has maintained there were no written agreements.
Kildare on 19 May only; the Cashel area on 20 May only; the Cork area on 20 May only; and one Low level Air Corridor TRA will be in place between the Cashel Area and the Cork area on 20 May only.
The MoU is based on revive of the Silk Road via establishment of an air corridor to transit goods between the two countries.
The establishment of an air corridor between Makkah and Madinah (already with its own airport) is seen
They were on their way from Cosford near Wolverhampton down a special air corridor leading to Biggin Hill, where the team are one of the air show attractions this Saturday.
A senior Israeli defence official said negotiations to create an air corridor had already been opened with the Pentagon.
The government also donated JD125,000 to the United Nations Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian AffairsThe relief exercise initiated by the gift of the Givers is the first to be forthcoming from Africa and it is the first non-governmental organization to use the Jordanian Lebanon Air Corridor (JLAC).
control over the airspace forces Japanese commercial airplanes taking off or landing at Naha airport to operate within a narrower air corridor than at other airports in Japan, the Japanese pilots said.
For example, the description in Table 1 for attribute change ACC1 indicates that a commercial aircraft was flying in an air corridor prior to the screen blanking, but this aircraft changed course and was off the air corridor when the tactical situation display reappeared.
A new air corridor came into effect at Newcastle last year following demands by local anti-low-flying campaigners.
SDTC, a not-for-profit, arms length organization created by the Government of Canada, will provide $1 million (US$740,000) for the Clean Air Corridor demonstration.
The flights were using an air corridor into Bahrain, one that is used many times daily by aircraft from both nations.
Afghanistan president Ashraf Ghani speaks during an inauguration of Afghanistan-India Air corridor ceremony in Kabul, Afghanistan June 19, 2017.