3 planes were intercepted during Obama visit to Chicago

06/1/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Three small planes were intercepted over the weekend after flying into restricted airspace over Chicago. President Barack Obama and his family visited Chicago over the Memorial Day weekend, and it was unclear whether the pilots were aware of the temporary airspace restrictions. The most recent incident occurred Sunday, when a Cessna 152 flew about two miles into the restricted airspace.

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