FAA Re-Opens Airspace Over NC and SC after Balloon is Shot Down

FAA Re-Opens Airspace Over NC and SC after Balloon is Shot Down


The FAA has officially re-opened the air space above NC and SC after the Chinese balloon was shot down. They grounded flights along with restricting certain areas of air in accordance with “national security concerns”.

The balloon was shot down over the coast to avoid debris, during the operation civilian and commercial flights were told to stay away from the area to avoid a potential collision or interference with the operation.

There are coastal crews waiting to retrieve the debris.

Matthew Dellinger
Matthew Dellinger
Matthew Dellinger holds a Political Science and History BS and is working towards a Masters in Public Administration. Before his time at Atlas he joined GoodPolitical to serve as a writer and contributor while also expanding his knowledge on global events. Matthew is proud to be a part of a news organization that believes in delivering truthful, unfiltered, and unbiased news to people around the world.
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