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For this specific case, Texas laws prohibit overall the use of public roads for takeoff, still a municipality may issue an ordinance to allow some takeoffs from county roads, describing the specific procedure to be used. The question boils down to whether such specific ordinance exists for this takeoff. A quick search on for the aircraft tail number and ...


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The FAA does not regulate where aircraft can take off and land. If you want a permanent airport or heliport they have requirements for safe approaches and landings, but only so it can be listed as a facility. States and local authorities make laws where aircraft can takeoff and land. In Alaska use of roads is common, with appropriate consideration of traffic....


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As far as the FAA is concerned, you can take off from wherever you like. Otherwise seaplanes and helicopters wouldn't be terribly useful. Local laws vary concerning public roads.


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The calculation is based on experimental data and research on better understanding the role of the vortex action. For example: Scaling laws are derived to relate model and full-scale tests end experimental evidence is cited to demonstrate their validity. For a given inlet velocity the strength of the vortex, and thus the maximum size of particle that can be ...


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There is a related case in Spain, a man with an Ultralight Autogyro run on the road towards a Gas Station to buy gasoline. He got a fine, even if the road was a common road, not a highway, where vehicles must be able to run faster than 60 km/h, and the machine run on its small wheels never faster than 20 km/ h. Mopeds, agriculture vehicles are allowed ...


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