Part 107 Training | Class G Airspace | Part 107 Airspace | Class G Airspace For Drones

by Jose


Are here after the media group we’re ending this airspace series with Class G or Gulf airspace? You know I’ve often thought of becoming a golf club stay tuned. What’S going on guys, we finally made it to class G or golf airspace. I knew you could do now. Class C airspace is not controlled airspace and does not require prior approval or authorization.

The cool part of our Class C airspace is that a large percentage of airspace 400 feet and below is in fact less the air straight and less designated another type of airspace. What a picture! Let’S take a look at our graph, as you see this plenty of ledge G airspace, Forrester flutters. However, as always, you need to be aware of your location as it relates to state and local drone ordinances. I did a video a while back on local ordinances.

You may want to check it out if you haven’t seen it I’ll, put the link in the description area. Lo one last point to remember: even if you know your class a airspace but you’re within five miles of an airport, you will have to call the tower for authorization before you leave the ground. If you are not a commercial pilot, land too fast use your emergency brakes, rattles right in front of you. Of course, it’s highly recommended that recreational pilots use the FAA before you fly out I’ll, put a link in the description below ok. This is the end of our series on airspace.

I hope you enjoyed it. Remember you want to learn all there is to know about the FAA remote pilot certificate check out remote pilot 101.com link is in the description below, as always, remember, to Like comment share and follow. More importantly, live faith. You [, Music, ],

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