US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has put the residence of presidential candidate Joe Biden under a temporary flight restriction.
The ‘no-fly zone’ – which has a radius of one nautical mile – covers the airspace over Joe Biden house in Delaware and will last until 7 November.
The decision was announced through a Notice to Airmen and listed under ‘special security reasons’.
It could be interpreted in a way to increase security in the event of Biden winning the US elections.
TFR active over Wilmington DE. It's now "National Defense Airspace". pic.twitter.com/UYHBx4vuXl
— Tyson Weihs (@tysonweihs) November 4, 2020