Area Around Super Bowl Restricted by Fighter Jets: ‘Never Before Seen Formation’

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) confirmed that an hour before the Super Bowl kickoff in Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon, airplanes that don’t have special authorization and drones will be banned from flying within 30 miles of the stadium.

Raquel Girvin, the regional administrator for the FAA’s Western-Pacific region, told American Military News that the aircraft will be barred from flying up to an altitude of 18,000 within the 30-mile radius of SoFi Stadium.

“We’re excited to see the hometown Rams in the big game against the Bengals and we hope fans will celebrate safely,” said Girvin. “But we encourage everyone to please leave your drones at home.”

Pilots of unauthorized aircraft can face criminal prosecution and fines, Girvin said.

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