The G8 summit will take place in Lough Erne Golf resort in Enniskillen on the 17th & 18th June. There will be airspace restrictions from 16th June to the 18th June. Below is the TRA notice issued by the IAA. You can view the maps by clicking here.
Temporary Restricted Area (TRA) within the sovereign airspace of Ireland. 16th to 18th June 2013 inclusive.
The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport acceding to a request from The Department of Justice
and Equality, has directed the Irish Aviation Authority to give effect by means of an airspace
direction to any requests made by The Department of Justice and Equality in relation to the
establishment of temporary prohibitions and/or restrictions in areas of Irish sovereign airspace
associated with the meeting of the G8 Summit between 16th and 18th of June 2013 inclusive.
Following receipt of such request, the IAA has issued a direction to establish an area of temporary
restricted airspace (TRA) within which flight restrictions shall apply as detailed below.
Temporary Restricted Area (TRA)
Lateral limits: The sovereign airspace of Ireland contained within 17 nm radius of 542354N
0074136W (i.e. over parts of Counties Cavan, Donegal and Leitrim)
Vertical limits: Surface to FL100.
Duration: 1700hrs UTC on the 16th June 2013 to 2259hrs UTC on the 18th June 2013
Airspace within the TRA so established, is restricted to use by flights specifically authorised by the
controlling officer, Security and Northern Ireland Division of the Department of Justice and Equality
and under the control of Shannon Air Traffic Services.
4.1 Flights permitted.
4.1.1 Search and rescue (operational), State and emergency air ambulance aircraft, in receipt of an
Air Traffic Control Service from Shannon ATS which are transiting, departing or landing
within the TRA;
4.1.2 Any aircraft specifically authorised by the controlling officer, Security and Northern Ireland
Division of the Department of Justice and Equality.
4.2. Other Flights than those listed at 4.1.
4.2.1 All other aircraft or flights are not permitted unless with the authorisation of the controlling
officer, Security and Northern Ireland Division of the Department of Justice and Equality.
For requests contact the Flight Operations Department of the IAA as per paragraph 5 below.
Note – For this information notice, aircraft or flights are defined as all aircraft or flight
operations, including aerial work, which are not detailed at 4.1.
Any queries may be addressed to the Flight Operations Department of the IAA by email at email@example.com
or telephone +35316031117 / 1148 / 1410) between the hours of 0900hrs and 1700hrs local Monday
All aircraft flying within the confines of the TRA in contravention of the flight
restrictions may be subject to interception or interdiction by the Defence Forces.