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Minimum altitudes for manned craft

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Americans are very lucky to be able to fly drones as a hobbyist; here in Belgium without a license you can fly up to 10m high and only over private property with consent of the owner. Flying in public areas is completely off limits! And if you want a license be prepared to pay up to 2500 Euros; then you can fly up to 90m.
I have to go to another country to fly my drone... :-(

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Jo
 
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Americans are very lucky to be able to fly drones as a hobbyist; here in Belgium without a license you can fly up to 10m high and only over private property with consent of the owner. Flying in public areas is completely off limits! And if you want a license be prepared to pay up to 2500 Euros; then you can fly up to 90m.
I have to go to another country to fly my drone... :-(

Cheers,
Jo
Very well said Jo.

It's funny (not really) how easily and quickly we forget how good we have it. Even though we have so many luxuries here in the US you'll still find so many people whining and complaining about it and always wanting more or different freedoms. Thank you for adding a refreshing perspective on things.

Allen
 

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