More than 25 aircraft have violated airspace restrictions near President Donald Trump’s Mansion in Florida, according to federal officials.
Last month, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recorded 27 violations of airspace restrictions near Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach.
In one case, Air Force planes moved at high speed to intercept an aircraft and caused a sonic explosion that shook Palm Beach and Broward counties.
The names of the pilots responsible for the violations were not disclosed. Agency officials told the newspaper they were investigating all the cases.
The FAA said it will contact South Florida pilots and make them aware of the restrictions applied to the 30 mile radius of the Trump mansion.
Recently, the agency had briefing sessions with pilots at Boca Raton and Palm Beach airports on this very issue.