Seattle airspace closed during Obama's visit

10/21/2010 | SeattlePI.com

The Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday and Thursday closed Seattle airspace during a visit by President Barack Obama. The last time the president visited the city, a small float plane landed on Lake Washington, and fighter jets called to the scene caused a sonic boom. The FAA hopes closing airspace above the city will avoid a similar incident.

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