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Use for questions about aircraft flying in or over the Earth's northern or southern polar regions, and the special operational considerations when doing so.

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Depending on where you are it will take around 4 hours to 3 days, if the location is know. Depending on how remote your location is, and if the SAR team knows your location (Sometimes forgotten by pi …
answered Jun 23 '16 by Hugo Woesthuis
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Can I land at Jack F. Paulus Skiway (NZSP) with just an ATC clearance? Or do I need to ask some other authority before I fly there? Are there any regulations regarding 'landing rights' in Antarctica? …
asked Jul 24 '17 by Hugo Woesthuis