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Nothing is static during air combat so being in another airplane’s arc means they will be able snap off some shots as their opponent move through it. Besides, the actual printed rules state:

You can shoot an enemy plane that is in your front
arc, within the range template distance and is at a
lower advantage level.

The only limitations are the front 90º arc, 6″ template, and lower advantage.


To be able to declare a shooting action, the target must be in the forward 90˚ arc of the firing plane, and at a lower advantage level.

This restates the previous text, sans the 6″ because that is covered by the shooting distance rule anyway.

I could not find rules text that would indicate why Example 1 cannot shoot.