G20 Summit Snarls Air Traffic in Los Cabos

AINalerts » June 12, 2012
June 12, 2012, 3:18 PM

NBAA Air Traffic Services is warning business aircraft operators that the G20 Summit, which starts tomorrow in Los Cabos, Mexico, is resulting in “some significant impacts to air traffic” at Los Cabos International, Cabo San Lucas International and Gen. Manuel Marquez Airports. A five-mile TFR is expected around the as-yet unannounced hotel, possibly near Los Cabos International Airport, where head-of-state VIPs will be staying. Additionally, a second-tier TFR might be implemented that would cover a 10- to 30-mile radius. Meanwhile, Cabo San Lucas International and Gen. Manuel Marquez Airports will be restricted to specific traffic. The summit ends on June 21.

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