LOW-FLYING aircraft will be banned from parts of the UK being visited by Donald Trump amid security fears with restrictions across the south of England.
Restrictions will affect locations such as central London, Blenheim Palace, Sandhurst, Chequers, Windsor, and Turnberry in Ayrshire, as well as London Stansted and Glasgow Prestwick airports.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) published the restrictions following a request by police forces on the grounds of security.
The rules will be enforced at various times between noon on Thursday and 2pm on Sunday.
Aircraft will initially be banned from flying below 2,500ft above sea level in an area covering London Stansted and the centre of the capital.