Dubai Airshow: Drone users warned to steer clear of 15km no-fly zone
Civil aviation authorities expand exclusion zone to cover much of the south of the city
Drones have been banned from much of Dubai as the city prepares to host the airshow.
Civil aviation authorities imposed a no-fly zone for 15km around Dubai World Central between Wednesday 13 November and Thursday 21 November.
Dubai Airshow begins on Sunday.
Suspected drone incursions led to a series of airport shutdowns in recent years, most recently in September.
In February, operations were temporarily shut-down at Dubai International, causing delays of almost an hour on some flights.
Updated: November 14, 2019 11:52 AM