Air traffic has been suspended at three airports in the southeastern United States as a "
" measure , the American civil aviation regulator (FAA) announced on Saturday February 4, amid controversy over the presence of a Chinese balloon in the country's airspace.
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The FAA has suspended departures and arrivals at Wilmington Airport (North Carolina), Myrtle Beach International Airport and Charleston International Airport (South Carolina) as part of a national security taken by the US Department of Defense
,” she said in a statement.