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Post time 2013-11-27 01:07:17 |Display all floors
Two Japanese airlines to disregard China air zone rules
26 November 2013 : foreign media

Two of Japan's biggest airlines have agreed to abide by a government request not to implement China's new air defence zone rules, officials say.

All Nippon Airlines and Japan Airlines say that they will stop filing flight plans demanded by China on routes through the zone, set up on Saturday.
Japan says that China's new air defence identification zone are "not valid at all" and should be disregarded.
Singapore Airlines and Qantas have said that they will abide by the new rules.

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Post time 2013-11-27 01:11:53 |Display all floors
Should the peace loving Chinese Air Force pilots be allowed to shoot them down if they disobey the "follow me back to base" order?

I know the American F-ker pilots will have not hesitation to locking on their slammers on the passenger planes if they disobey their military orders.  

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Post time 2013-11-27 01:15:41 |Display all floors
"No violence please!", some softies in the Beijing forum are wanting.

Okay, then the Japanese (or any foreign) alirlines that disobey the Chinese airspace zone rules should be barred from landing in China. That's fair, and it is very soft power suggested.

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Post time 2013-11-27 01:22:34 |Display all floors

Look at the map........ _71332755_chunxiao_gas_624map.gif

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Post time 2013-11-27 01:37:10 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Gilbert_Ho at 2013-11-27 01:38

These dumb Yanks still don't get it do they?
They are as thick as two blocks of Greenland ice packs.

Their buzzing around the Diaoyu Islands proves nothing, but our declaration of Chinese airspace sovereignty on the island is a V-sign to the Japs' sole claim to the real estate.


Two U.S. military aircraft have flown around disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing China, a Pentagon spokesman said on Tuesday, defying China's declaration that the region falls into a new airspace defense zone.

"We have conducted operations in the area of the Senkakus. We have continued to follow our normal procedures, which include not filing flight plans, not radioing ahead and not registering our frequencies," Colonel Steve Warren added, using the Japanese name for the islands.

There was no Chinese response, Warren said.

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