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Disney Parks Shielded With No-Fly Zones

Walt Disney World and Disneyland have no-fly security zones like only a few other potential targets in the United States, according to a Local 6 News report. Federal officials permanently closed the airspace above Walt Disney Co. properties in Florida and California on the eve of the Iraq war to protect against terrorist attacks, according to a report. The 24-hour security zones put Disney on par with a select few other potential targets, including President George W. Bush’s ranch and nuclear submarine bases. According to published reports, Congress bent the rules to help Disney secure the no-fly zones without a request from any national security agency, according to the report. However, competitors are saying that Disney used terrorist fears to stop aerial-advertising planes and sightseeing planes and helicopters. Full Story

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