BBC - Where you can and cannot fly

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I've recently puchased a P2 V+ and so far, I'm really enjoying the experience. I've been training in a local field but I would like to spread my wings a little. My fear is that I decide to fly in an area that I should not be in (I'm aware of class A,C and D airspace). I found this BBC item that I found very interesting.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-30387107

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Paul
 
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I've recently puchased a P2 V+ ...
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Paul

Welcome to the party Paul. You can't believe everything you read, well you can but that doesn't make it true. I'm not going to open that can of worms, someone else will soon enough. Great idea you've got, going through training and educating yourself. This is a great place to learn.

Some "mods", things you add to your bird, such as Flytrex have tracking devices. Careful what you add and where you go. There's my nickel's worth (0.0321 GBP).

Enjoy the ride, it's fun city. :D
 
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I've recently puchased a P2 V+ and so far, I'm really enjoying the experience. I've been training in a local field but I would like to spread my wings a little. My fear is that I decide to fly in an area that I should not be in (I'm aware of class A,C and D airspace). I found this BBC item that I found very interesting.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-30387107

Regards

Paul
Welcome to the forum Paul.
 
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Don't forget that people can have a reasonable expectation of privacy too. Even with a wide angle camera it will appear you are spying on your neighbours skinny dipping.
 

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