No Kite Flying In Low Flying Aircraft Districts

No Kite Flying In Low Flying Aircraft Districts

(Stock Photo) The Barbados Civil Aviation Department has received reports of kite flying in low flying aircraft districts.  Persons who fly kites are reminded that such activity is dangerous to low flying aircraft and they can be prosecuted for flying kites in no-kite...
No Kite Flying In Low Flying Aircraft Districts

No Kite Flying In Restricted Areas

The Barbados Civil Aviation Department has received reports of kite flying taking place in some districts that pose a danger to low flying aircraft. And the department is reminding those persons who fly kites in these districts that they may be prosecuted if caught...
No Kite Flying In Some Districts

No Kite Flying In Some Districts

Members of the public are asked to note that due to the danger posed to low flying aircrafts, kite flying is prohibited in a number of areas around the island. These districts fall within five kilometres of the perimeter of the Grantley Adams International Airport,...
No Kite Flying In Low Flying Aircraft Districts

Public Asked To Take Down Kites

The Exercise TRADEWINDS Secretariat is urging members of the public to take down their kites until the exercise is completed on Monday, June 12. This is to facilitate the safe flight of the crews onboard helicopters and other aircraft participating in Exercise...
Kite Flying Safety Campaign Praised

Kite Flying Safety Campaign Praised

A kite flying safety presentation at Wesley Hall Junior School has been described as “phenomenal” by the Barbados Light & Power (BL&P) Co. Ltd., and endorsed by the school’s principal and the Media Resource Department (MRD) of the Ministry of Education,...

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