Canada to impose airspace restrictions for G-20 summit

06/10/2010 | Toronto Sun

Canada plans to restrict airspace for the G-20 summit to be held in Toronto at the end of this month. Toronto will allow regularly scheduled flights and medical emergency flights, but will restrict most other aircraft from June 24 to 28. Aircraft will be required to stay 30 nautical miles away from Toronto during that time.

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