Read on and learn how authority over who gets to use national airspace around sporting venues has been gifted to professional sports teams and venues, specifically to so they can keep banner tow advertising airplanes out of view of stadium spectators. It's not just banner tow companies that have lost access to this important national resource that the FAA is supposed to have authority over: It is every commercial (non-air-carrier) operator. And the airspace restriction is not really about security or protecting people in stadiums - it's really about getting and keeping a monopoly on advertising that stadium-goers are able to see from their seats. It is about monetizing in-stadium ad space without competition from less-expensive aerial banner ads. (We're not here to fight the TFR for banner tow companies.)
Skydiving Innovations has been more affected by the "TFR" than any other commercial aviation entity in the United States. Read on, then contact us if you would like to help end this unfair monopoly over national airspace.