Wide-Ranging Airspace Restrictions Published for POTUS Visit
The IAA has published three notices detailing Temporary Restricted Areas (TRA) that will be established around Dublin, Louth and Mayo. All three include an outer TRA of 30NM and an inner TRA of 10NM and extend from the surface to FL180. Flights in the outer TRA require permission from the Department of Justice at least 24 hours in advance and must include their approval number in their flight plan. A number of conditions must be fulfilled if approval is granted for flight in the outer TRA but the majority of General Aviation categories are excluded.
Please click on the relevant notice for full details:
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