European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) allowedairlines to fly over separate parts of Crimea.
EASA claims that airlines may consider a possibility to fly in air spaces over Simferopol along two designated routes.
The Agency points out that serious measures are taken to reduce flight risks. Airlines may use information provided by Ukraine to plan flight routes. The Agency emphasizes that the aircrafts in air space over Crimea will be coordinated by Ukraine.
Earlier European Aviation Safety Agency recommended to avoid flights over Crimea over its occupation and annexation by Russia and territorial disputes between Ukraine and Russia.