D.C. flight restrictions made permanent

12/17/2008 | USA Today

Temporary airspace restrictions around Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport have been made permanent, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Monday. Within 30 nautical miles of the airport, pilots are required to file a flight plan, maintain two-way radio communications and operate transponders on an assigned code. No flights at all are permitted within 15 nautical miles, unless authorized by the FAA and the Transportation Security Administration.

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