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AVmail: November 30, 2015 »

An AVweb reader writes: "I would register my drone prior to flying it above 200 feet AGL. I think it is clear from U.S. v. Causby (1946) that the FAA has no authority to regulate 'the immediate reaches of the enveloping atmosphere' of my property, which in the Causby case is at least 83 feet AGL. Just as my driveway is not part of the federal highway system, the airspace above my property, at least to my treetops, is not part of the NAS." Click through to read comments from other AVweb readers. More

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