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PostKFOR Sector Airspace Agreement (Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 04/08/14 5:59 am)
On 3 April 2014, the Italian General Salvatore Farina, commander of the KFOR in Kosovo, has signed, with all concerned parties, an accord by which the skies of Kosovo are now open to civilian planes.
With this accord, reached after 15 years, in one year 180,000 planes will fly over Kosovo, saving 24,000 tons of fuel.
Anyway the air space over Kosovo will remain under NATO (KFOR) authority, and it is officially called "KFOR Sector."
JE comments: By all indications, this is a hopeful development, and perhaps a sign that the NATO-led Kosovo FORce, still 4000 strong, will soon be able to wind down its operations.