Archive for August 10th, 2017

Kenya Tourism Board confirms tourists are enjoying their vacations

NO INCIDENTS AFFECTING TOURISTS IN KENYA DURING ELECTION AND POST ELECTION PERIOD

(Posted 10th August 2017)

The Chairman of the Kenya Tourism Federation Mr. Mohammed Hersi, has earlier today issued a statement reflecting on the just concluded general and presidential elections in East Africa’s largest economy.
This comes hot on the heels of the Kenya Tourism Board reporting continued strong arrivals to the country even over the election week, somewhat unprecedented given that the tourism flow in the past often dwindled during this period.

Said KTB in a statement:

Kenya continues to report an increase in arrivals with the key attractions being the wildebeest migration at the Mara, the Madaraka Express rail services to Mombasa and increased chartered flights by international carriers including from Poland, Italy and Oman.

‘International arrivals from January to April this year closed at 292,160 compared to 264,784 in 2016 – representing a 10.3 percent increase in tourist inflows to the country. Given the feedback we have received from numerous stakeholders, including hoteliers at the coast as well as the Maasai Mara, most hotels and resorts are currently experiencing full booking’ said Kenya Tourism Board CEO, Dr. Betty Radier

The wildebeest migration, also known as the 8th wonder of the world, started in June and is expected to continue until October. This attraction continues to bring many tourists globally to the Maasai Mara. In fact a single search of the Maasai Mara on Instagram generates more than 50,000 posts, mostly from international visitors in the past month.

World influencers and celebrities including Jack Ma, the Executive Chairperson of Alibaba and Veronica Ferraro,Italian fashion blogger added to those keen to experience the magic.

Kenya has also provided a haven for honeymooners such as newlyweds Julliane Hough and Brooks Laich who decided to have an adventurous honeymoon at the Mara. The two enjoyed watching the great migration, going on a magnificent game drive, hot air balloon rides and nature walks.

According to news reports, many international tourists have been giving Kenya great reviews following their great experiences in Kenya.

Flora Farago, an international tourist visiting the country spoke to the local press, the Daily Nation, and told of how the great migration drew her to Kenya. She continued to say that she had to witness the migration despite negative reports about Kenya ahead of the elections in international media.

The number of tourists visiting the coastal region also tremendously increased following the commencement of the Madaraka Express rail services. Launched just two months ago, the Madaraka Express so far has ferried over 200,000 passengers between Mombasa and Nairobi.

Hoteliers say the rail services have opened up the coastal area to a new segment of holidaymakers that range from domestic to international tourists. They further highlighted more holidaymakers are visiting their facilities due to the efficiency, low cost and convenience of the rail service.

At this time of the year bed occupancy rate usually oscillates between 40-50 percent, but currently the situation is much better some reporting as high as 80 percent.

Kenya’s hosting of the just concluded 10th and final edition of the IAAF WU18 Championships also added to the increase of arrivals into the country. The WU18 Championships brought 130 nations and over 70 international media into the country, and broke records at the highest attended world under 18 and 20 championships globally.

‘We believe the data for the months of May to July are representative of growth in tourism numbers to Kenya. We are optimistic that the sector will remain resilient’ said Dr. Radier.

The tourism private sector through Chairman Mohamed Hersi acknowledged the collective gains that tourism has made over time, he said, “The sector is experiencing the best season since 2012 and we are certain that we are heading to reclaim our number one position in contribution to Kenya’s economy

Kenya looks forward to a further increase in numbers, following the awaited commencement of direct flights from France and the US.

Meanwhile has Mohammed Hersi’s statement equally reassured the market and the industry, which in 2017 continues its long march towards full recovery, uninterrupted it seems by the August 08th elections:

*#WhyIloveKenya*
*Election Kenya 2017.*

To My Fellow Kenyans

It is time to move on . Listening to all the observers they have given a clean bill to the electrol process and as tourism players we would like to add our voice.

The isolated cases of demos is what the international media is looking for painting Kenya as a violent country. We are in the middle of a very busy tourist season and we are now getting very concerned. We urge Kenyans to avoid any violent confrontation .

We have always been warm and nice to our visitors . I urge all Kenyans across the nation to continue extending our traditional warm hospitality to our visitors who have chosen Kenya over very many other competing destinations.

Again with alot of humility I appeal to the opposition to take up any issue along legal framework. We have a very independent Judiciary and it is only fair we have faith in our systems and rule of law.

Demos simply paint Kenya as a violent country and that is what most of the international press are yearning for to write us off as just another African country. Good people let us not fall into that trap. Demos leave many getting hurt and at times fatal .

Building takes ages while destruction takes a few hours. Tourism which is now the 2nd highest foreign exchange earner is always the first to suffer due to immediate cancellations.. Tourism is labour intensive and we employ millions of Kenyans both directly and indirectly.

On behalf of the tourism fraternity we call upon IEBC to quickly conclude the results and announce a winner in the Presidential race . We would also like to join the international community in commending the electrol body in conducting a generally smooth polls under very difficult circumstances. We also salute Kenyans who came out in great numbers to cast their vote.

We pray and hope that reason will prevail and that Kenya is far bigger and more important than anyone or any party.

As always I choose to remain an optimist and may God Bless Kenya.

Mohammed Hersi
Chairman
Kenya Tourism Federation.



All the best in coming days to my many friends in Kenya and for a continued recovery of the tourism industry during the rest of the year!

Kenya Tourism guru speaks out about security concerns by visitors

KENYA’S TOURISM INDUSTRY REASSURES VISITORS OF THEIR SAFETY AFTER SUCCESSFUL ELECTIONS

(Posted 10th August 2017)

Elections Update
The Kenya Tourism Federation (KTF), which represents the tourism private sector in Kenya, has its own Security & Communications Centre based in Nairobi and manned 24 hours a day. From here the security situation in all those regions of Kenya visited by tourists is closely monitored on a daily basis so that we can endeavour to ensure our visitors are safe by liaising with the police or emergency services to give any assistance in the event of accidents, illness or other emergency at any time.

During national elections, KTF has observers based all over the country to monitor the situation and to report immediately if there are any areas which tour companies should avoid. Tour vehicle drivers also call in to the KTF to report any incidents or to advise on the situation so that this information can be quickly shared. This arrangement by the tourism private sector helps to ensure that tourists in Kenya are given extra care and attention and that their safety and security is always treated as a high priority. As a result, over the past decade any incidents of violence involving tourists have been extremely rare in Kenya and the country has a record that compares very favourably with leading tourist destinations all over the world.

This year, during the elections, KTF has arranged to have over 100 observers, informers and drivers dotted all over the country providing regular updates on the situation by way of SMS texts or phone calls to the KTF Safety Centre so that if there are any reports of insecurity these can be immediately highlighted to the tour companies and any areas deemed unsafe can be avoided. The reports streaming in so far show that almost all of the country is quiet and peaceful and none of the tourist areas have been adversely affected. However there were a few incidents of rowdy demonstrations in some of the densely populated opposition strongholds in the city of Kisumu and its environs where tyres were set on fire and roads were blocked. The police put out the fires and the demonstrators dispersed. This is not an area visited by tourists. There were also reports of brief but violent skirmishes with the police in parts of Kisii and the southeastern Tana River area where it was reported that three people were killed in clashes with the security forces. These are well away from any areas visited by tourists. Within the capital city of Nairobi, in a few of the low-income housing estates or slum areas where some opposition supporters live, there were also demonstrations and some violent confrontations with the police. It is reported that in the slums of Mathare, two people were shot dead by the police after they were attacked by rioting demonstrators or looters but order has now been restored. Again, these densely populated slums are not places visited by tourists and the rest of Nairobi is unaffected, calm and peaceful with people going about their business as normal and traffic between the city hotels and the airport moving without disruption.

The demonstrations appear to have been largely as a result of some opposition supporters reacting to claims of electoral fraud made by their leader who has fallen behind in the results declared so far. There are 400 international observers in Kenya to monitor the elections, headed by some eminent figures who include South African former President Thabo Mbeki on behalf of the African Union, Ghana’s former President John Mahama on behalf of the Commonwealth and former US Secretary of State John Kerry and they have issued a statement calling on the opposition leader to use the legally provided channels of dispute resolution in case of any dissatisfaction with the process and to urge his supporters to remain calm and not to resort to violent demonstrations.

Kenya as a whole is calm and peaceful and only a few areas are experiencing such demonstrations which it should be stressed are not aimed at foreign visitors or tourist facilities and are in locations which are not frequented by tourists. Offices and businesses are open and people are going to work as normal today. It is evident that the people of Kenya have a fervent desire for peace and would prefer that any disputed election results should be resolved through the legal process and not through violent street demonstrations. All the international airlines are operating to Kenya as normal, the British, US and EU governments have not issued any advice to visitors to stay away and the hotels, safari lodges and wildlife parks are all busy with large numbers of tourists present in Kenya at the moment who are enjoying their beach and safari holidays as normal.

By Jake Grieves-Cook
Past Chairman, KTF

UNWTO celebrates the Sustainable Tourism Theme

SUSTAINABLE TOURISM – THE UNWTO THEME FOR 2017

(Posted 10th August 2017)

This year’s World Tourism Day, held on 27th of September, will focus on Sustainable Tourism – a Tool for Development. Celebrated in line with the 2017 International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, the Day will be dedicated to exploring the contribution of tourism to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

World Tourism Day has been celebrated since 1980 on September 27th, the day in which the Statutes of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) entered into force. Peace and Dialogue, Energy, Accessibility, World Heritage and Water and Tourism have been some of the topics tackled on the 37 previous editions of World Tourism Day.

Last year alone, 1.235 million travellers crossed international borders in one single year. By 2030, this 1.2 billion will become 1.8 billion. The question, as we celebrate World Tourism Day 2017, is how we can enable this powerful global transformative force, these 1.8 billion opportunities, to contribute to make this world a better place and to advance sustainable development in all its three pillars. This World Tourism Day, whenever you travel, wherever you travel, remember to respect nature, respect culture and respect your host‘ said UNWTO Secretary-General Dr. Taleb Rifai.

The official celebrations of World Tourism Day 2017 will be held in Qatar, as decided by the UNWTO General Assembly. The event will be structured around two sessions, focused on ‘Tourism as a driver of economic growth’, and ‘Tourism and the Planet: committed to a greener future’. In addition, a high-level think tank will be conducted with the aim of opening the debate on the potential of the sector to enhance cultural preservation and mutual understanding.

On the Agenda will also be the presentation of the Qatar National Tourism Sector Strategy, which advances sustainable approaches. The initiative is aligned with the Qatar National Vision 2030, which focuses on Economic, Social and Human Development and prioritizes tourism as a catalyst to progress towards a more diversified economy.

Together with the events conducted in Qatar, the World Tourism Day will be celebrated across the globe. UNWTO calls upon the tourism community, including travellers, private sector, governments and civil society, to join the celebrations and share them at www.wtd.unwto.org

Additional information:

Website of the World Tourism Day

International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development

Tourism Tattler’s August Edition

TOURISM TATTLER’S LATEST EDITION

 

News, Views, and Reviews for Travel into and out of Africa.

MAGAZINE

ISSUE 08 – AUGUST 2017

 

Dear ATC Readers,

Did you know that August comes from the Latin word Augustus, meaning ‘consecrated’ (in honour of Augustus Caesar, whose Senate changed the name of their month ‘Sextilis’ to ‘Augustus’ in 8 BC)? As an adjective, the word means ‘respected’, which is rather appropriate given that yesterday was National Women’s Day in South Africa (in remembrance of 50,000 women who marched on the Union Buildings in Pretoria to protest against the apartheid pass laws of 1950). The 9th of August is also a National Holiday – thank’s ladies!

The August magazine is all about travel destinations – from eco-friendly properties to sustainable tourism solutions and award winning World Luxury Spas and Restaurants. We’ve plotted 100 worthy places to visit in our Incredible Journey road trip route through South Africa, we travel to Kenya to discover luxury experiences, and explore Zimbabwe’s premium travel expo in Bulawayo.

In the Business & Finance section, we provide the latest tourism statistics for South Africa and worldwide, explore the economic benefits of hosting events in Africa, discover why business tourism is expanding in Africa, and interview Robert Bol, CEO of Pitch & Match – an app that enables business deal making at live and online travel trade events.

Talking about business deals, the THINC Africa conference has just launched their new meeting planner. If you haven’t already done so, I urge you to register and attend. See you in Cape Town at the end of August.

As usual, just click on the top image to read the magazine online or click on the images in this issue to read each story.

Happy reading. #IYSTD2017

Des Langkilde. editor

IN THIS ISSUE


02 City Lodge Hotel Group 
05 Come Live the Magic of Kenya
06 Sanganai World Tourism Expo
AFRICA’S SUSTAINABLE TOURISM GEMS
07 
Eco-Friendly Hotels: The Mantis Collection
Adrian Gardiner’s Mantis Collection, comprised of hotels, eco-escapes and lifestyle resorts, has a vision for sustainability and their latest project – a unique bamboo charcoal air purifier in all Mantis hotel rooms – also provides a solution to Africa’s deforestation crisis.
08 World Luxury Spa & Restaurant Awards (Advertisement)
SUSTAINABLE TOURISM SOLUTIONS
09 
EcoPlanet Bamboo: Sustainability for Africa
EcoPlanet Bamboo is leading the way for the tourism industry to become truly deforestation free by providing a viable triple bottom line solution. Besides having restored over 15,000 acres of land globally they have created more than 750 employment opportunities.
10 Eco & Sustainable Tourism Icons
Need a simple yet effective way to show your commitment to sustainable tourism? Join Eco-Atlas and show eco-travellers how to eat, shop, stay and play the green way at your establishment.
11 Join the Fair Trade Move Toward Sustainability
Fair Trade Tourism’s new membership programme aims to assist businesses that need support for their sustainability measures but don’t have the resources to become certified in the short term. They guide you along the sustainability path and improve market access.
ACCOLADES
14 2017 World Luxury Spa & Restaurant Winners
Congratulations to all 2017 award winners across the globe. Africa based spas and restaurants fared well at the award ceremony held at the JW Marriott Hotel in Hanoi, Philippines and took home 78 wins across the continent!
BUSINESS & FINANCE
16 
Tourist Arrivals & Hotel Stats for South Africa: August 2017 Report
Get the latest Overseas and African Tourist Arrivals, Hotel RevPar, and Airport Passenger Arrival statistics for 2017.

To download and save this report as a PDF file click HERE.

17 Global Tourism Statistics: Jan-Apr 2017
Here’s some good news: International tourist arrivals worldwide grew by 6% in January-April of 2017 compared to the same period last year, with business confidence reaching its highest levels in a decade.
18 Economic Benefits of Hosting Events in Africa
Martin Jansen van Vuuren reports a seven-figure economic boost to destinations that have hosted the Africa Hotel Investment Forum over the past six years. That’s a contribution of $16.8 million to African economies with deals worth over $4billion concluded.
19 Business Tourism in Africa Continues to Expand
Zandre Campos, CEO of ABO Capital, reports that Africa is growing in popularity as a destination for business tourism. He concludes that Africa has the potential to be one of the most popular destinations for business tourism and will continue to improve in the ICCA rankings.
DESTINATIONS
20 Discovering Luxury in Kenya
Kenya is an exceptional African destination for luxury holidays with variety to suit different segments; couples, honeymooners or families. In this feature, we look at Beach & Golf Safaris, Hot Air Balloon Safaris, Spa & Wellness Safaris, Exclusivity, and Culinary Experiences.
24 South Africa’s Ultimate Journey: 100 Worthy Places
See if your favourite place has been worthy of inclusion in Tourism Tattler’s route of 100 places for an ultimate road trip journey. Cast your vote and enter the draw to win a road trip for up to four people, valued at R50 000 from MotorHappy.

KWS’ Paul Udoto starts year long H.H. Humphrey Fellowship in Phoenix / Arizona

KENYA WILDLIFE SERVICE’ PAUL UDOTO IS GOING PLACES

(Posted 10th August 2017)

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(Paul seen here with the author at the Nairobi Safari Camp)

Kenya Wildlife Service Corporate Communications Manager Paul Udoto Nyongesa has been awarded this year’s Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Award in the US.

His one-year professional advancement programme will take place at the Arizona State University’s (ASU) Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Phoenix City. He is the first Kenyan fellow to be based at the school and the only Kenyan to win the prestigious and globally competitive award this year.

At the Cronkite School, fellows pursue studies, receive leadership training and forge professional affiliations with journalism and public relations organizations in Arizona and across the nation. Fellows live in downtown Phoenix, participate in academic study at ASU, develop professional affiliations and friendships, receive mentoring from Cronkite faculty and experience a rich cultural immersion into American life.

Cronkite’s curriculum for the fellows includes the Humphrey Seminar, a year-long course in global leadership; other ASU coursework of their choice; opportunities for fellows to interact with their American counterparts at conferences, meetings and seminars; professional experiences and the Washington Global Leadership Forum, a four-day seminar in Washington during which fellows learn about U.S. institutions, federal agencies and international organizations. The program builds lasting ties between U.S. citizens and their worldwide professional counterparts through independently designed programs unique to each participating university.

The Humphrey Program brings young and mid-career professionals from designated countries to the United States for a year of non-degree graduate-level study, leadership development, and professional collaboration with U.S. counterparts. It is a Fulbright exchange activity funded by Congress.

The Program provides ten months of non-degree academic study and related professional experiences in the United States. Humphrey Fellows are selected based on their potential for leadership and their commitment to public service in either the public or the private sector. The Humphrey Program fosters a mutual exchange of knowledge and understanding about issues of common concern in the United States and the Fellows’ home countries.

The Program offers Fellows valuable opportunities for leadership development and professional engagement. It also provides a basis for establishing long-lasting, productive partnerships and relationships between citizens of the United States and their professional counterparts in other countries, fostering an exchange of knowledge and mutual understanding throughout the world.

More than 5,600 men and women from 161 countries have been honored as Humphrey Fellows since the program began in 1978. Approximately 200 Fellowships are awarded annually. Slightly more than 70 Kenyans have benefited from the program in the last 40 years.

Fourteen major universities in the United States host Humphrey Fellows. These host universities are chosen for their excellence in the Program’s designated fields of study and for the resources and support they offer Humphrey Fellows.

Humphrey Fellowships are awarded competitively to candidates who are mid-career professionals in many fields. Applicants are required to have an undergraduate degree, a minimum of five years of substantial, full-time, professional experience, limited or no prior experience in the United States, demonstrated leadership qualities, a record of public service in the community, and strong English skills.

The Humphrey Program is a Fulbright exchange activity. Its primary funding is provided by the U.S. Congress through the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State. Co-sponsors include other governmental agencies, multinational organizations, and private donors. The Institute of International Education (IIE) assists the U.S. Department of State in administering the Humphrey Fellowship Program.

The program was started in 1978 in honor of US Senator and Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey for his exemplary leadership, his tireless devotion to public service, and his sincere hope for greater understanding among nations. A senator from Minnesota for 27 years and vice president from 1965-1969, Humphrey was a lifelong advocate of programs fostering human rights and international understanding. He pioneered landmark initiatives in support of human rights and international cooperation such as the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty of 1963, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and Peace Corps.

During a eulogy at Humphrey’s funeral, President Jimmy Carter remarked: ‘From time to time, our nation is blessed by the presence of men and women who bear the mark of greatness, who help us see a better vision of what we can become. Hubert Humphrey was such a man‘.

 

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All the best to Paul in his studies and no doubt will many look forward to his return to KWS afterwards!

Brussels Airlines records highest loadfactors ever in July

BRUSSELS AIRLINES’ JULY LOADFACTOR RISES TO 85.3 PERCENT

(Posted 10th August 2017)

An 11.3 percent rise in passenger numbers saw Brussels Airlines close the month of July with a whopping 85.3 percent passenger load factors, the best such result ever for the airline.
In total 876.717 passengers were welcomed on board of some 7,279 flights operated by the Belgian national airline, representing an increase of 11.3% (+88,000) compared to 2016.

The short- and mid-haul network attracted 11.3% more passengers. The flights to summer sun destinations in Spain, Greece, Italy, Portugal and France in addition attracted many holiday makers in July. Brussels Airlines also looks at a very positive passenger development in Scandinavia, Great-Britain and to and from Tel Aviv.

On flights to and from Africa, the passenger growth amounted to 6% and the North American destinations accounted for a growth of 2.4%.The passenger increase has caused a seat load factor growth of 2.6 percentage points to 85.3%, a record for Brussels Airlines.

Brussels Airlines’ freight activities, expressed in Revenue Ton Kilometres, grew by 15.2% and the cargo load factor increased by 10.7 percentage points.

 

 

  Month Month VLY difference in %
jul-17 jul-16
Flights 7,279 6,995 4.1%
Total Passengers 876,717 787,765 11.3%
— Passengers Europe 718,525 645,808 11.3%
— Passengers Africa 91,804 86,589 6.0%
— Passengers North America 36,728 35,880 2.4%
— Passengers Middle East 20,169 19,488 3.5%
— Passengers Asia 9,491 / /
Available seat-kilometers  (ASK) 1,789,119,451 1,627,637,195 9.9%
Revenue Passenger-Kilometers  (RPK) 1,526,492,773 1,345,963,582 13.4%
Passenger Load Factor (%) 85.3% 82.7% 2.6%pt
Available Ton-Kilometers (ATK)    213,781 193,862 10.3%
Revenue Ton-Kilometers  (RTK) 171,813 149,196 15.2%
Cargo Load Factor (%) 64.2% 53.5% 10.7%pt
These statistics are based on currently available passenger data

FAA extends South Sudan airspace warnings for another year

SOUTH SUDAN CONFLICT ZONE NOTAM REMAINS ACTIVE FOR ANOTHER YEAR

(Posted 10th August 2017)

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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has now extended the Conflict Zone NOTAM on airspace over South Sudan by another year. Pilots are urged to exercise caution when flying over the territory and airspace of South Sudan at altitudes below FL260 due to the hazardous situation created by the ongoing fighting and instability in South Sudan. The warning also applies for flights into and out of South Sudan.

The NOTAM reads as follows:

KICZ A0018/17 – SECURITY..UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ADVISORY FOR SOUTH SUDAN THOSE PERSONS DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH A (APPLICABILITY) SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION FLYING INTO, OUT OF, WITHIN OR OVER THE TERRITORY AND AIRSPACE OF SOUTH SUDAN AT ALTITUDES BELOW FL260 DUE TO THE HAZARDOUS SITUATION CREATED BY THE ONGOING FIGHTING AND INSTABILITY IN SOUTH SUDAN. A. APPLICABILITY. THIS NOTAM APPLIES TO: ALL U.S. AIR CARRIERS AND COMMERCIAL OPERATORS; ALL PERSONS EXERCISING THE PRIVILEGES OF AN AIRMAN CERTIFICATE ISSUED BY THE FAA, EXCEPT SUCH PERSONS OPERATING U.S.-REGISTERED AIRCRAFT FOR A FOREIGN AIR CARRIER; AND ALL OPERATORS OF AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES, EXCEPT WHERE THE OPERATOR OF SUCH AIRCRAFT IS A FOREIGN AIR CARRIER. B. PLANNING. PERSONS DESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH A (APPLICABILITY) WHO INTEND TO FLY INTO, OUT OF, WITHIN, OR OVER THE ABOVE-NAMED AREA MUST REVIEW CURRENT SECURITY/THREAT INFORMATION AND NOTAMS; ENSURE THEIR OPERATIONS SPECIFICATION, MANAGEMENT SPECIFICATION, OR LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION B450 IS CURRENT; TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT POSSIBLE, PROVIDE ADVANCE NOTICE OF FLIGHTS, WITH SPECIFIC DETAILS, TO AEO-CITEWATCH AT LEAST 72 HOURS PRIOR TO TAKEOFF; AND REPORT SAFETY AND/OR SECURITY INCIDENTS TO THE FAA AT +1 202-267-3333 OR +1 202-267-3203. THE JUSTIFICATION FOR THIS ADVISORY WILL BE RE-EVALUATED BY 8 AUG 2018. BACKGROUND INFORMATION REGARDING THE HAZARDS TO U.S. CIVIL AVIATION ASSOCIATED WITH THIS NOTAM IS AVAILABLE AT: HTTPS://WWW.FAA.GOV/AIR_TRAFFIC/PUBLICATIONS/US_RESTRICTIONS. SFC-FL259; 8 AUG 12:40 2017 UNTIL 8 AUG 23:59 2018. CREATED: 8 AUG 12:48 2017

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