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President's travel restricts airspace in Missouri and TexasPresident's travel restricts airspace in Missouri and Texas

President Bush is on the move for the Easter holiday, and that means airspace restrictions for Missouri and Texas pilots. The President will be in St. Louis for part of the day Wednesday, and that means a 10-nautical-mile-radius temporary flight restriction (TFR) will be in place around Lambert Field (STL). That TFR will be in effect from 10:50 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. local time, affecting not only STL, but Creve Coeur (1H0) and St. Charles airports as well. St. Charles County Smartt (SET) lies just outside the TFR.

Then the President wings his way to Texas, which once again activates a 30-nm-radius TFR around Crawford ranch.


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