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Beaufort 1 MOA.

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Hello, I have a follow-up question about the Beaufort MOA 1. So.... on Fripp Island north of (DXT) I assume the rest of the MOA 1 floor is 100'. Is that correct. I want to fly a recreational drone over Fripp Island so I think 100' is my maximum height AGL. Can I call Coastal MOA Advisory Service @ 1-800-229-2839 to see if the area is "HOT"? If they say it is not HOT than how high can I fly, up to my 400' recreational limit? Thank you, Robert

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  1. Beltowski on May 23, 2017

    Hello, I have a follow-up question about the Beaufort MOA 1. So…. on Fripp Island north of (HXD) Hilton Head, I assume the rest of the MOA 1 floor is 100′. Is that correct. I want to fly a recreational drone over Fripp Island so I think 100′ is my maximum height AGL. Can I call Coastal MOA Advisory Service @ 1-800-229-2839 to see if the area is “HOT”? If they say it is not HOT than how high can I fly, up to my 400′ recreational limit? Thank you, Rob

    Sorry I originally had the Hilton Head Airport listed as (DXT) it should be (HXD).
    Thank you for any help.

    Robert

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