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Operational Air Traffic (OAT)

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Operational Air Traffic (OAT)


The term Operational Air Traffic (OAT) is applied in Europe to all flights which do not comply with the provisions stated for general air traffic (GAT) and for which rules and procedures have been specified by appropriate national authorities. (EUROCONTROL EATM Glossary of Terms)

Most OAT flights are operated by military agencies.