EUROCONTROL Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC)
Centre de contrôle de l'espace aérien supérieur, Maastricht
Permanent Commission of D-XD0823 - EUROCONTROL took official decision to set up first international control facility, on Dutch territory. Upper airspace covering Belgium and Luxembourg placed under EUROCONTROL responsibility, 3 Mar 1964. MUAC became operational 29 Feb 1972. Operated by EUROCONTROL on behalf of Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Germany on the basis of Agreement Relating to the Provision and Operation of Air Traffic Services and Facilities by EUROCONTROL at the Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (Maastricht Agreement), signed 25 Nov 1986.
Provide control for the upper airspace (above 24,500 feet) of Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands and north-west Germany.
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