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Two planes were intercepted in New Jersey for the entry of a no-fly zone, without the proper distance, while President of the Trump holiday resort Friday, has made in his golf, local reports said.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), responsible for air traffic control for the continental United States and Canada, provided by F-16 fighter planes in two separate instances to 7:30 p.m. and again at 8 a.m.
Two single-engine civilian aircraft was the communication with air traffic control and entered a temporary flight-restriction zone in the vicinity of Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N. J., where the President reported the expenditures to the weekends, News 12 New Jersey.
In both cases, the pilots will be said again, the communication with air traffic control and on the left the restricted air space without incident, NORAD.
FIGHTER JETS OF THE AIR FORCE CATCHES PLANE IN THE VICINITY OF TRUMP’S NJ GOLF COURSE
Trump was scheduled to land in Morristown, N. J., at 4:45 p.m. Friday, then take a helicopter to the golf-club to 5 PM, Patch reported. According to the report, a VIP movement notification, and the implementation of flight restrictions and closures in the Bedminster and Morristown areas 5 watch has been issued from Friday to Sunday at 5:45 PM
This is the President’s third visit to the New Jersey Golf course this summer. He is scheduled to return to the White house on Sunday.
During his last visit, July 19-21, the U.S. Air Force small General aviation aircraft, which will remain for the entry of a temporary no-fly zone in trump intercepted. The intercepted plane landed at an airport in Pittstown, N. J., without incident, where local law enforcement met the pilot, NAADC said.
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The weekend, Trump made headlines when he surprised a bride and groom get married at Trump National Golf Club. He is scheduled to return to the golf club next Thursday for its annual, 10-day vacation.
Since 9/11, the military in support of Operation Noble Eagle, has more than 1,800 captures of military aircraft.
Fox News’ Frank miles contributed to this report.