Most of Cornwall will be a no-fly area during the upcoming G7 Summit being held at Carbis Bay from 11-13 June, according to a just-released AIC.
Leaders from the Group of Seven countries, including Presidents Biden and Macron, will be attending. Security will be intense.
There are two periods of flight restrictions in AIC M 038/2021, available on the NATS AIS website.
The first is a 2nm radius of Carbis Bay (near St Ives) from 6-9 June, the second is almost county-wide from Surface to FL100 from 2259 on 9 June to 2259 on 13 June.
The AIC warns, “Unauthorised flight into this Restricted Airspace is FORBIDDEN. Deviation from the rules for entry will result in INTERCEPTION.” [Their caps]
The #G7 Summit is next week
📅11–13 June 2021
World leaders will gather to discuss how we #BuildBackBetter together to:
🏥 improve global health
🌎 tackle climate change
⚖️ make the world fairer
— G7 UK (@G7) June 1, 2021