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Until you get a significant headwind or tailwind, then eyeballing it would go out the window
Years in the future:
Funny enough, it is legal to fly drones over national parks - just illegal to take off or land in them since they own the land not the airspace.
What a welcome.
Depending on your definition, "Old guys" would either be today's parents or the ones that raised them. Even if it was a thing, it wouldn't be my...
What he meant to link was:
It's an 8:08 min video titled "Let's all STOL in TEXAS!!!!!"
This is how I try to explain it (̶c̶o̶r̶r̶e̶c̶t̶l̶y̶) in my classes:
It's not lupus.
They wouldn't have given him "clearance" if he didn't request it...
+1 for Flo's!
I heard the word drone and came as fast as I could!
As a ramper, I was concerned if there wasn't fuel on me!
Only mostly kidding. I didn't worry much about it as I almost always had PPE but even...
As a new kid owner, even though I know the risk is minor to nonexistent I would still be a bit concerned about it happening. I wouldn't be so...
Those kids will be ramp rats within a year or two. The first hit is free :(
Haha, glad I am considered part of the CO crew!
You just had to butter him up, didn't you?
I can't find the red dots they are talking about on the sectional, Airmap, or on the FAA UAS Facilities Map. Not sure where the author got that...
I think what he means is that you can't fly below the trees to get any appreciable data (like @jheyen said) so you have to do a bunch of orbits...
Our chief engineer:
"Satellite view and birds eye view will only get you the tops of surfaces in orthomosaics. Anything in between the highest...