Saturday was the announcement of the Federal Aviation Administration, (FAA) that in connection with an U.S. military operation it had closed several North Carolina and South Carolina airports.
This news is coming as a Chinese spy ball has been crossing the United States for several days. It’s now in South Carolina.
“The FAA has paused departures from and arrivals to Wilmington (ILM), Myrtle Beach International (MYR) and Charleston International (CHS) airports to support the Department of Defense in a national security effort,”The FAA saidMake a statement. “The agency has also closed airspace.”
Shortly after the FAA’s statement, the U.S. military took down the spy satellite off South Carolina.
Video of the Chinese spy ball being taken down has been released pic.twitter.com/XwRVA7s1Hu
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Just over an hour had passed since their original announcement and the FAA declared that they have resumed normal operations.
“Flights to and from Wilmington (ILM), Myrtle Beach International (MYR) and Charleston International (CHS) airports are resuming,”The agency stated. “Other airspace has been reopened. Normal operations resuming.”
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