Air Navigation (International Air Display) (Jersey) Order 2014

Made                                                                    2nd September 2014

Coming into force                                                 3rd September 2014

THE MINISTER FOR EXTERNAL RELATIONS, in pursuance of Article 96 of the Air Navigation Order 2005, as modified and applied to Jersey by Article 4 of the Air Navigation (Jersey) Order 2008[1], orders as follows –

1        Restriction on flying

(1)     Subject to paragraph (3), between the hours of –

(a)     1200 hours and 1600 hours on Wednesday 10th September 2014; and

(b)     1145 hours and 1600 hours on Thursday 11th September 2014,

an aircraft shall not fly within the restricted airspace specified in paragraph (2).

(2)     The restricted airspace referred to in paragraph (1) is the airspace from the surface to flight level 120 within the area bounded by the circumference of a circle having a radius of 6 nautical miles centred at display datum N49 11’ 228” W002 07’ 593”.

(3)     Paragraph (1) shall not apply to –

(a)     any aircraft flying with the permission of the Senior Air Traffic Controller Jersey;

(b)     scheduled air traffic flying to or from Jersey Airport under the control of the Jersey Approach Control;

(c)     any aircraft flying for the purpose of search and rescue or for the purpose of saving life;

(d)     any aircraft flying in the Jersey International Air Display or in practices for that air display, flying with the permission of the flying display director for that air display.

(4)     In paragraph (1) all times referred to are Co-ordinated Universal Time.

2        Citation and commencement

This Order may be cited as the Air Navigation (International Air Display) (Jersey) Order 2014 and shall come into force the day after it is made.


Minister for External Relations







[1]                                    chapter 03.105

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