This article will focus on some of these places where planes cannot fly over:
1. Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon has been the main residence of George Washington for more than 40 years and the American independence hero has continued to expand this circuit. At the end of his life, the surrounding land was more than 3 thousand hectares, while the house contained 21 halls covering an area of 1000 square meters.
Mount Vernon was a colonial home with more than 300 slaves in the year 1799, nearly half of them returning to Washington. Washington demanded in his will to release slaves upon the death of his wife. Mount Vernon is the birthplace of George Washington, the first president of the United States of America, and is located in Fairfax County, Alexandria, Virginia.
The Washington family owned the lands there from the days of the family’s grandfather, that is, since 1674, and in 1739 the family began to expand its properties with the reign of the family’s grandson George Washington, who began to own real estate from the year 1754, but was not the only owner until the year 1761. The villa was built in the style of Palladian architecture that was derived Designed by the Italian engineer Andrea Palladio, and built by George Washington in stages between 1758 and 1778
Antarctica is well- known as the coldest continent on Earth. It is always be covered in snow. Flying therefore over one of the Earth' s magnetic pole is a risk because of factors like the meaningless navigational direction, which could result in a crash.
3. The Bermuda triangle
For many years, incidents of planes and ships disappearing mysteriously in this area has been reported. What pilots do is to avoid taking this route as much as possible. It is believed that planes mysteriously disappear in the Bermuda triangle
4. Buckingham Palace
This is the residence and administrative headquarters of the UK monarch.
Planes are not allowed to fly over the area, to ensure the security of the monarch
5. Disney Theme parks
The Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts frequently attracts larger crowds. After the September 11 attacks, Disney successfully had a “temporary” no-fly zone restriction slipped into a nearly $400 billion federal spending bill in 2003, which established the restricted airspace over its Anaheim and Orlando theme parks
These places are the most magical places on Earth; home to Mickey Mouse, Cinderella and many other Disney characters we all loved watching while growing up.
Planes are restricted from flying over to protect visitors.
Aeroplanes are prohibited from entering Mecca and flying over the Holy Kaaba, as a mark of respect for their religious custom. It is also the centre of gravity, making it more important for planes to avoid the route.
According to reports, while it would have been more convenient for aeroplanes to fly from Jaddesh to Riyadh, they have to bypass and go around instead, to obey this law of protecting the devout and able Muslims who make this Hajj pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime.
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