Swedish air navigation service provider LFV will design lower airspace in Sweden

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LFV, a Swedish air navigation service provider was tasked by the government to design the lower airspace.

The company has to create an airspace design that provides better conditions for more environmentally-friendly flights to Swedish airports.

According to LFV, there will be major changes in the lower 2900 meters of the airspace to accommodate climate-smart conditions and transportation.


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