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Do domestic flights fly over foreign airspace?

On a commercial domestic IFR flight from VEGT (Guwahati, IN) to VECC (Kolkata, IN), will the aircraft enter a foreign FIR airspace to intercept a VOR or NDB to take the shortest route?

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Technically is you are flying domestic you are not flying over foreign airspace. If flying IFR you must file one. Needless to say when filing a flight plan you must decalre if you are domestic of international flight.

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Fly as scheduled by the authority... and agreement by airlines..Any international flight needs emergency landing can land any airport any airport by informing early to traffic control by pilots....

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If there is an agreement in place...

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