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All lakes in Minnesota are State owned, not city owned. The park surrounding the lake is controlled by the city. Planes can land on state owned lakes. The problem these two planes may have is that there are height requirements involving populated areas and controlled by MSP International.
to see them take off....
Classic! did they shut down the lake ? call out the bomb team ? or maybe it's part of osma"s team ? anything for 15 seconds of fame/shame
that they are not bar hopping
Several years back I pondered the legality of landing my skiplane on city lakes. I went so far as to call the aero division of mndot. It turns out that seaplanes are regulated, skiplanes are (were) not. Mr "Gruffy" on the line cautioned me against doing it though...
Good for them! So good to hear they are out enjoying the day! Wish I was along for the ride!!!
awesome. We still have some freedoms I guess! Oh boy...better send the cops to check for permits!
wow, good thing we're so Minnesota Nice that we have to slap them with a fine. Roger Roger... The folks are probabily from Alaska for gosh-sakes... Flyin' Sara Palin to FOX NEWS NETWORK, don't cha know...
On the eastern shore with some of their manly friends.
don't you have to file flight plans? i assume that it wouldn't allow for deviation and that common sense in today's climate would suggest not doing something like this. i also don't know what went through their mind to think they could land anywhere they want as if it was their property (especially in an urban area).
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