I tried a new flight plan on the new system with a center in an orange 5 mile circle of a country airport that doesn't answer it's phone. It said I was following all the rules, but it said I was still in violation of something, like flying too close to an airport. This is great for city people, but I want to fly outside the cities.Talking class G?
Who says we cannot?
But how do we get the Yuneec Platform to understand that we have Authorization? I use AirMap but have to fly my DJI using Airmap because there is no way to let Yuneec know you have clearance. The drone will not fly because it still sees it as a no-fly zone???
You can fly C, D, E IF you have authorization thru LAANC for whatever time limit and altitude you apply for (still below 400ft). The 5-mile rule still applies to smaller towered and non-towerd airports, helipads (Hospital Life Flights), private strips in which you must contact them and let them know you are within the 5-mile range of their facility, exactly where you are, max altitude you will be at (still below 400 ft) and for how long. You are not asking permission, they can not deny you flying... but YOU must make a true and repetitive attempt to advise them you have a UAS in the air. Especially Life Flights!!!!!!!!!! With the Life Flights, they may ask you to hold off for 15 minutes or so because they have a flight inbound or outbound.So now we can fly near busy class c, d, e, but can't fly within 5 miles of country airports with no traffic and no phone.?
That is correct.You can fly C, D, E IF you have authorization thru LAANC for whatever time limit and altitude you apply for (still below 400ft)
This is incorrect. There is no such 5-mile notification radius any longer. It is entirely airspace driven.. The 5-mile rule still applies to smaller towered and non-towerd airports, helipads (Hospital Life Flights), private strips in which you must contact them and let them know you are within the 5-mile range of their facility, exactly where you are, max altitude you will be at (still below 400 ft) and for how long.
It will not fly near the class C in my city and that's even with the Part 107 override from Yunnec support. There is no way to tell the aircraft I have LAANC Authorization- so I have to use the DJI with Airmap in those cases. Airmap will not connect to the Yuneec as DJI does.BTW - the only way to unlock a Yuneec product is if you have a Part 107 certificate. However, the Yuneec NFZ list is not aggressive at all and in comprised of Class B and Class C airports and some military bases. In California, with as many airports as we have, there are only 12 on the Yuneec NFZ list.
The Yuneec controller has a red message box that comes up and limits me to 60 ft and 200 ft radius when near airport.Asheville Regional Class C, message comes up in red box on controller and limits me to 60 ft. In altitude and 200 ft
radius. I fly in the mountains of Western North Carolina and often have to climb up a mountain side 1200 ft from initial take off while still just above tree line and within the 400 ft rule to get to location if shoot. That's why I have to switch over to the DJI and use AirMap with the LAANC authorization recognized by AirMap to fly within that class C zone. Since Yuneec does not have the ability to connect thru AirMap's app, or vice versa, the Yuneec will not fly. And trying to contact Yuneec support while I am on site is like waiting for the second coming of Christ!!! Its the only time the Yuneec will red flag me is when I am close to the airport whether its 3 miles on either side of the facility map or 5 miles on either side. If I am in that shaded area of the facility map it is a no fly for the Yuneec.