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Sunday, September 27, 2020

'NO-FLY ZONE' at Airwaves Portrush.

‘Airwaves Portrush’ has now become a annual flagship event for the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and they will be NO-FLY ZONE imposed as a safety measure.

The event which is due to take place in just over three months, attracts thousands of spectators both within and from outside the local area, to watch the various air display in Portrush over the two day event.

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The NO-FLY ZONE. legislationpassed earlier this month, will be imposed around the area later this Summer on the 31st August and 1st September 2019.

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The restricted will apply in the vicinity of Portrush during rehearsals and
air displays.

These restrictions will apply to traditional fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, kites, balloons and small unmanned aircraft such as drones, all of which will be banned.

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