Today, we have a fantastic question from Mark in Pittsburgh. Like many people, Mark is wondering about how to navigate the various levels of Class E airspace. We talk about how designations such as Class E2 and Class E5 affect airspace authorization and discuss the role that the airport’s hours play in determining which authorizations you need. Thanks for the question Mark. Hopefully we’ll see you in Pittsburgh at some point! Fly safe!
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[04:11] Today’s topic revolves around airspace classes and their designations
[06:55] Can you have multiple designations for E airspace?
[07:27] Do you need multiple authorizations for flying your drone during night time after an airport closes?
[08:05] What is the technical definition of civil twilight?
[09:52] Do airspace classes other than E airspace also have different variations?
[11:07] Can you have a FAA logo on your website if you are 107 certified?
[13:45] Is it worth paying a $12,000 yearly fee for Sitescan?
[12:10] How do you file an airspace authorization?