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Response to guyton (Reply #11)

Thu Apr 4, 2013, 02:54 PM

12. Pretty much

It is a safety thing. Well that's the basis for doing this, it could easily be a bit of "boilerplate" that Exxon asks for as a matter of course. If they want to bring in various aircraft (mostly helicopters) they'll control the immediate area so there is no interference or collisions.

Admittedly, the news helicopters don't like flying that high, but the can and will if need be.

FWIW, disney has a much higher one.

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