working on studying for my PIC exam. Looking at Part 107 5.8.1 it would appear that we do not have to notify an airport located in Class G airspace of operations any longer. Thus eliminating the infamous 5 mile rule. Does anyone have thoughts on this? I can certainly appreciate that notifying a local airport of flights is good routine for everyone concerned but it might not be required any longer. See below for txt 5.8.1 Small UA Operations Near an Airport—Notification and Permissions. Unless the flight is conducted within controlled airspace, no notification or authorization is necessary to operate at or near an airport. When operating in the vicinity of an airport, the remote PIC must be aware of all traffic patterns and approach corridors to runways and landing areas. The remote PIC must avoid operating anywhere that the presence of the sUAS may interfere with operations at the airport, such as approach corridors, taxiways, runways, or helipads. Furthermore, the remote PIC must yield right-of-way to all other aircraft, including aircraft operating on the surface of the airport.