Request Israel supermodel, Bar Refaeli, to cover the area of the air above a locationher marriage sparked a debate between the Minister of transport with the civil aviation authority.
The civil aviation authority has already agreed to the closure of air space over hotels in northern Israel.
But Transport Minister Yisrael Katz then threatened to fire Chairman civil aviation authority if he does not invalidate the decision.
|Bar Refaeli (AFP)|
Based on the report of the Jerusalem Post, in the end, air space remains open to all air traffic activity on a wedding that takes place Thursday (24/9/2015).
But other Israel media reported that fly zones remain in effect.
Refaeli, 30, Israel's most famous supermodel, married the billionaire businessmanIsrael Adi Ezra in the Carmel Forest near Haifa.
According to Israel media reports, the couple plans to fly five aircraft without crew, two helicopters, and the area surrounding the observation balloons, some to take photos.
The civil aviation authority approved the request the ban originally flew from thespouse by reason of security.
But Transport Minister Katz cancels the decision on Sunday (20/9/2015) and say, "air space belongs to all citizens of Israel, and we cannot give exclusions create this show."
Israel pilots also protest the ban on flying.
Two days later, according to the media, the civil aviation authority of Israel ignores thecomment Katz and announced a ban on flying over the zone for security reasons from17.00 pm local time on Monday through Friday (9/25) at 02.00.
Katz later told a Civil Aviation Authority Chairman Joel Feldschuh, "If the air spaceabove the marriage Bar Refaeli does not open, you will lose your position."
On Thursday night, the Transport Minister told The Jerusalem Post that the skiesremained open to all air traffic.