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Wed April 3, 2013
FAA Sets Flight Restrictions Over Arkansas Oil Spill Site
The Federal Aviation Administration has placed flight restrictions on the airspace over the Mayflower oil spill site.
According to FAA.gov, no pilots are to operate any aircraft over the area.
The restrictions are effective "until further notice," according to the website.
Click here to see details of the notice.
An FAA spokesman says the restrictions apply to aircraft flying at 1,000 feet or less, like news media helicopters and local aircraft.
The spokesperson added that the air space needs to be free so aircraft flying in to respond to the disaster can do so.