Considering the number of conflicts in the world, and the tragic event of the airliner crash over Ukrainia caused by military action, there are a lot of flight interdiction zones on the world.
From the data I gathered, those interdictions are pronounced by regional agencies, such as the FAA for the USA or the ESA for Europe. However, some countries like United Arab Emirates or Qatar have airline companies, but I don't think they have agencies such as the FAA. Still, do airplanes for those companues fly over East Ukraine?
So the question is:
- Is there any global agency that coordinates the questions of dangerous flight zones?
- Is it able to enforce an interdiction, or does it just put up meetings to coordinate the FAA, ESA and airline companies?