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Airspace restrictions announced for Trump visit to the UK

PUBLISHED: 11:29 11 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:42 11 July 2018

President Donald Trump exits Air Force One at the Kentucky Air National Guard Base in Louisville (c) Kentucky National Guard Public Affairs Office, Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

President Donald Trump exits Air Force One at the Kentucky Air National Guard Base in Louisville (c) Kentucky National Guard Public Affairs Office, Flickr (CC BY 2.0)


The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced a series of airspace restrictions for the visit to the UK of the US President.

Restrictions will be in place for the visit to England on 12 and 13 July and also for Scotland on 13 to 15 July.

See the illustrations below for restrictions affecting various parts of England and Scotland for President Trump’s round of golf.

Stansted to LondonStansted to London

The restrictions apply to all airspace users including drones.

Pilots and drone operators are reminded to take account of the restrictions when planning flights. The restrictions are in place for the safety of all aircraft.

For further information on the restrictions see the NATS Aeronautical Information Services briefing sheets: England restrictions | Scotland restrictions

London to BlenheimLondon to Blenheim

Blenheim to LondonBlenheim to London

London to SandhurstLondon to Sandhurst

Sandhurst to ChequersSandhurst to Chequers

Chequers to LondonChequers to London

Stansted, London and WindsorStansted, London and Windsor

Restrictions in ScotlandRestrictions in Scotland

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