As it is in the real world, Nadi Control (NFFF) is now using the virtual CPDLC to provide ATC service over the Fiji Oceanic Airspace
The US Division was the 1st division to use this system, especially over the New York Oceanic airspace. It now uses it as the US & CA MCD over all their airspaces.
Represented by several countries, the Arabian Control Airspace is represented by the AE division, on the behalf of Bahrain, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait.
Including Australia and New Zealand, the Oceanic Region has now elected to use the CPDLC system over their Oceanic territories during their daily operations.
Dakar Oceanic (GOOO) is now using CPDLC over the Atlantic, as one of the new tools to develop as much as possible the Senegalese Division.
The Portuguese Division has decided to operate as real as it gets the CPDLC in the oceanic airspace of Santa Maria Radio (LPPO).
The French Polynesian Division has decided to launch a trial period and to use the CPDLC over Tahiti Control (NTTT).
Manned by IVAO Saudia Arabia, Jeddah Control is now operating the CPDLC as part of the daily ATC operations.
IVAO Brazil has decided to join the program and is now using the CPDLC to improve the realism over their skies.
The IVAO Russian Federation Division has decided to launch a trial period of the system over their airspace.
Innovative division, IVAO India uses CPDLC on oceanic positions and features Pre-Departure Clearances on several airports.
The Nordic Region is testing the system through IVAO Denmark on Danish airport EKCH and airspace EKDK.
The IVAO Spanish division has decided to use this system over the airspace manned by Canary Island Control Center.
Italy Division has joined the program to provide ATC services using CPDLC exclusively in the Brindisi FIR
The Chilean Division has decided to use the CPDLC system over their Oceanic Flight Information Regions.
The IVAO Poland division will now be using the CPDLC in the whole airspace as part of their ARAIG strategy.
IVAO Venezuela Division will now be able to provide CPDLC coverage over their territory.
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