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FAA rules, there is a shroud of of class E airspace starting 500' AGL under the Huntsville International Airport (KHSV) C class airspace.  Otherwise, there is class E airspace around town that starts at 700' AGL.  Anywhere else is uncontrolled class G airspace.  See [http://www.runwayfinder.com/?loc=HSV local airspace map], class C is denoted by the solid purple line and has altitude markings for where it begins and ends, class E is marked by a purple vignette.  If you want to fly without any certification or flight plans, you are limited to flying in class G airspace and away from populated areas and airports.
 
FAA rules, there is a shroud of of class E airspace starting 500' AGL under the Huntsville International Airport (KHSV) C class airspace.  Otherwise, there is class E airspace around town that starts at 700' AGL.  Anywhere else is uncontrolled class G airspace.  See [http://www.runwayfinder.com/?loc=HSV local airspace map], class C is denoted by the solid purple line and has altitude markings for where it begins and ends, class E is marked by a purple vignette.  If you want to fly without any certification or flight plans, you are limited to flying in class G airspace and away from populated areas and airports.
 
--[[User:Spacefelix|Spacefelix]] 09:57, 28 April 2010 (CDT)
 
--[[User:Spacefelix|Spacefelix]] 09:57, 28 April 2010 (CDT)
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Home built aircraft falls under Amateur/Experimental Aircraft Look here for the listing from the CFR: http://www.faa.gov/aircraft/gen_av/ultralights/amateur_built/amateur_regs/
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--[[User:Brokentrace|Brokentrace]] 13:58, 28 July 2010 (CDT)

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FAA rules, there is a shroud of of class E airspace starting 500' AGL under the Huntsville International Airport (KHSV) C class airspace. Otherwise, there is class E airspace around town that starts at 700' AGL. Anywhere else is uncontrolled class G airspace. See local airspace map, class C is denoted by the solid purple line and has altitude markings for where it begins and ends, class E is marked by a purple vignette. If you want to fly without any certification or flight plans, you are limited to flying in class G airspace and away from populated areas and airports. --Spacefelix 09:57, 28 April 2010 (CDT)

Home built aircraft falls under Amateur/Experimental Aircraft Look here for the listing from the CFR: http://www.faa.gov/aircraft/gen_av/ultralights/amateur_built/amateur_regs/ --Brokentrace 13:58, 28 July 2010 (CDT)