Flight information service1 must be provided by the appropriate air traffic services units2 to all aircraft which are likely to be affected by the information and which are provided with air traffic control service3 or otherwise known to the relevant air traffic services units4.
The reception of flight information service does not relieve the pilot in command5 of an aircraft of any responsibilities and he must make the final decision regarding any suggested alteration of flight plan
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