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A Total Solar Eclipse to Shut Down the World… Briefly


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According to the FAA X account, the upcoming Solar Eclipse will impact air traffic controls and airports from April 7 to April 10 because the total solar eclipse will pass over Mexico, the United States, and Canada. It means some travelers could change their travel plans before or after the solar eclipse passes if they don’t want to delay or cancel their flights.

Travelers who want to see this celestial event along the states might “encounter limited parking and potential delays at airports due to the high volume of aircraft, and drones, attempting to witness the total solar eclipse,” the FAA said.

The FAA suggests checking the flight status with your airline and airport situations ahead of time leaving their houses through its website:

Currently, The FAA still has flight restrictions in place to support operations around the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. If you fly, emergency response operations cannot.

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