• Air Traffic Services (ATS) in the UK are provided by personnel who are suitably trained and qualified to provide services at one or more of the three levels of provision: Air Traffic Control, UK Flight Information Services and Air/Ground Communication Service.
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For the purposes of this guidance, international boundaries are considered to be coincident with lateral FIR/UIR boundaries.
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• For flights within segregated airspace, whilst some of the restrictions detailed at paragraph 1.18 may still apply, a remotely piloted aircraft will generally be given freedom of operation within the bounds of the allocated airspace, subject to any agreed procedures and safety requirements.
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• For all flights outside DAs or segregated airspace, the aircraft performance and all communications with the ATS provider must be continuously monitored by the UAS Commander and/or its pilot.
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• Although the use of TDAs offers a flexible tool for segregating specific portions of airspace on a temporary basis, it is important to emphasize that segregation effectively denies airspace to otherwise legitimate users.
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