Today we are talking about regulations for flying in Class E airspace. Can a hobbyist fly in Class E airspace? Are there restrictions against flying in parks? Does FAA need to come out with more common sense regulations?
Because our caller is from Phoenix, we discuss where you can fly and cannot fly in the city of Phoenix. Which rules do you need to follow if you flying under Part 101? Can the city of Phoenix prevent you from flying in public spaces? Tune in and listen to Paul and Rob provide their take on this topic. Fly Safe!
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- [03:00] Today’s question is about flying in Class E airspace
- [05:18] Does the city of Phoenix control your flying in public spaces?
- [06:47] Can a hobbyist fly in Class E airspace?
- [08:11] Does the FAA need to come out with common sense regulations?