Level 3 violation due to "737-800" too large at EGLC

I was flying from London City- Brussels on an 737-800 by Tui, when Tower atc gave me an Level 3 Violation beacause my plane was “too large” at London City.
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Help me with this beacause wanna fly this route rn

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Because it is clearly written in the TFR that no boeing plane is allowed at EGLC

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@Cheryl_Tunt was the person you should look for. You may continue this via PM :)

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Because the TFR that surrounds LCY bans any aircraft that are bigger than the a318…

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The TFR states no aircraft larger than the A318. When you fly 8 into the TFR restricted area, it is enforced with violations. This is why you got violated.

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I have seen in real life an 737-800 landing at EGLC

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That doesn’t matter here. The TFR states no larger than A318.

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So i need to fly an a318 for this route

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C130 is acceptable too.

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So i need an a318 or an smaller plane for this route?

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I have just looked at LCY’s flight schedules and there is absolutely no sign of any flight with a 737-800. (The largest there now is the E195 since BA have retired their A318s)

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Hello please pm me and ill get back to you once I close.

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Ok i just didnt read the rules well

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Im gonna go with an difrent plane, my name is my ifc name

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Reading and understanding the rules are very important. Whenever you fly into a TFR, you are presented with a warning that must be considered and adhered. Thanks

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