Laws and regulations for NC

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Hello I am a new proud owner of the Phantom 3 standard and I was concerned about the laws and regulations for the state of North Carolina?
 

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You'd have to contact your local airport to find out. Unless they are military planes, they should not be flying anywhere near 400 feet.
 

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No idea. Luckily, you won't be flying anywhere close to 1,100 feet.
 
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Define 'hot spot'. Crop dusters at 100 ft, end of runway, scenic area....
 
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you live in a hotspot for planes, came close to hitting one today, and you want to go higher? you realize a drone can take down a plane, helicopter, etc right?
 

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