- Jun 6, 2018
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I live in an area 13 miles from an airport which has a class b airspace rating. Being 13 miles from the airport, the layer of class B airspace starts at 1300 ft. Under that 1300 ft is class E airspace from 700 ft. The FAA told me that I needed to contact ATC for permission to fly my uas. If Im flying under the class E airspace, am I really in class B? The FAA cannot give me a logical answer to that. For that matter, no one has been able to answer that. Here's a question - under the class E airspace that starts at 700 ft, what do you call that airspace? Does class G come to mind?