Foreign planes given landing approval

Lawmakers have approved overflights and landings on unarmed military aircraft from Perú, the United States, Canada, Argentina. Colombia and México.

The government of Perú sought permission for the landing of a Cessna 172 Skyhawk flying from Kansas to Perú Saturday.

The United States will be able to land a C-17 cargo craft for the benefit of the U.S. Embassy here Friday through Sunday.

The United States also received permission for a variety of aircraft that are engaged in interdicting drug shipments.

Canada also received permission to land planes involved in anti-drug operations, and Argentina received permission to land a Lear jet that will be going to the United States for an inspection.

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