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Old 10-17-2019, 03:56 PM   #71
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Originally Posted by Split_Brow View Post
"An entry into anotherís airspace is a trespass even if the trespasser doesnít touch the surface of the earth. Aircraft may trespass by flying low over a personís property, for example. An aircraft trespasses by flying low enough over the surface to interfere with the ownerís reasonable use and enjoyment of his/her surface."
Airspace ownership is defined as the airspace that an owner can reasonably use, such as putting up an antennae of sorts or building a high-rise building. It is muddy waters beyond that because airspace above what a land owner can use belongs to the public.
Private aircraft are prohibited from flying below 500 feet without the landowner's consent. I don't see why drones wouldn't be included in this.
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