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I am not aware of Class e3 airspace that is now associated in an area I used to be able to fly my ultralight, model airplane, or drone. It is now apparently requiring FAA authorization.

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It looks like its an extension of Class C Airspace from a class E3 announcement,

...Class E3 airspace areas are designated as arrival extensions to a Class C surface area. Class E arrival extensions are primarily designated to provide additional controlled airspace ancillary to a surface area to protect instrument operations for the primary airport, without imposing additional communications burdens on airspace users.

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The meaning of E3 airspace is spelled out in several answers to this related question-- What are E2 and E4 airspace?

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    $\begingroup$ It would be good to include at least a brief explanation here. $\endgroup$ – fooot Jan 7 at 19:04

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