Fijian airspace is designated and classified by CAAF and Fiji Airports.
The airspace consists of two areas - airspace within the territorial limits of Fiji; and airspace for which Fiji has accepted responsibility under international civil aviation agreements.
Airspace can be designated as either controlled airspace or special use airspace.
Controlled airspace is designated where there is a need for an air traffic control service to be provided for the safety and efficiency of aircraft operations.
CAAF and Fiji Airports is empowered to restrict aviation activity by the designation of special use airspace.
Special use airspace includes restricted areas, danger areas, military operating areas, mandatory broadcast zones, volcanic hazard zones, low flying zones, and flying training areas.
For further information, refer to
- Laws of Fiji
- CAAF Standards Documents
- CAAF Application Forms
- CAAF Aeronautical Information Circulars
- CAAF Guidance Documents
- Fiji Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP)
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