Olympic Flight Controls Come Into Force
Pilots of private aircraft face tough new restrictions on flying over much of south-east England from midnight as security measures are stepped up for the Olympic Games.
They will be banned completely from some parts of central London, and will need to liaise with the RAF if they want to fly in controlled airspace, with military air traffic controllers watching their movements.
Group Captain Rich Jacob told Sky News: "We need to understand what is flying in the airspace above London.
Anyone effected by this ? Apparantly if you breech the restrictions you will be stripped of your Pilots license so they are taking it very seriously. Alot of flying schools are saying people will just not fly their aircraft for fear of making mistakes and straying into the restricted paths .