A Secret Service-imposed temporary flight restriction (TFR) that shut down New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport May 14 with little advance notice is raising fears over airspace restrictions on the horizon as the presidential election season enters full force. The TFR shut down Teterboro for nearly five hr. on a Monday, when the airport – the nation’s busiest general aviation facility – typically experiences peak traffic. The TFR was issued shortly before it took effect, causing the rerouting of ...
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