(Orlando, Florida-AP) -- A conservative Christian organization wants the no-fly zone over Walt Disney World to be removed so it can fly banners touting an anti-homosexuality Web site over a gay festival this week. The Virginia-based Family Policy Network claims the no-fly zone infringes upon its right to preach freely during the Gay Days celebration. The group hopes to include, as part of its outreach, planes pulling banners reading: "JESUS CHRIST: HOPE FOR HOMOSEXUALS.COM." The 13th annual Gay Days celebration, which starts Thursday and lasts four days, is expected to draw more than 100-thousand gay and lesbian tourists. The airspace above Disney World has been free of aircraft since March, when the government said the resort was a potential terrorism target. A lawsuit by the Family Policy Network and an aerial advertising company is seeking a temporary rollback of the restrictions.