Goa Bans Flying Lantern Kites, Use Of Laser Beams Around Airport

The ban was put in place citing potential threat to flight operations at the Dabolim International Airport.

Goa Bans Flying Lantern Kites, Use Of Laser Beams Around Airport

The ban for the activities around Dabolim International Airport would be in force for a period of 60 days

Panaji:

Goa administration on Monday imposed a ban on flying lantern kites and using laser beams within 2 km of the state's only airport, the Dabolim International Airport, citing potential threat to flight operations.

The ban, according to a statement issued by the South Goa district administration, would be in force for a period of 60 days.

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"District Magistrate, South Goa, has imposed a complete ban on lantern kites, wish kites and use of laser beams within 2 km of the Dabolim International Airport as they are a potential threat to flight operations," the statement said.