§ Pete Wishart
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport (1) what(a) commercial and (b) military no-fly zones have been in operation in Scotland since 15 September 2002; and what are planned for the remainder of 2003; 
(2) if he will amend the no-fly zone status for commercial and military flights over areas in Scotland that contain petro-chemical plants and nuclear facilities; 
(3) what plans there are to amend the no-fly zone status for commercial and military flights over towns in Scotland during the current Gulf conflict. 
§ Mr. Jamieson
I refer the hon. Member to my answer of 4 February 2003,Official Report, columns 140–41W.118W
No further restricted airspace has been imposed in Scotland since 15 September 2002. It is expected that temporary restrictions on flying will be imposed in regard to certain air displays in 2003, but such events are only provisional at the current time.