So, I remember hearing a story from someone in Legion Square about the new flight guidelines and such. They either didn't remember or wasn't notified that the licensing for airplanes had changed and that their sport license no longer covered aircraft. Needless to say, they were promptly shot out of the sky and crashed into a building. Kind of funny, because it's an ultralight. It's really just a glorified go-kart with wings and the equivalent of a rubber-band engine powering it. After a really uneventful day, and me being stuck in an area with minimal wifi, I remembered that story. So, to Wikipedia I went, because something didn't seem quite right about using a fighter jet to shoot down a ultralight. I assume that the city falls under US laws and regulations of Section Blah-Legalspeak, part Federal Jargon. Okay, to the point. Under Federal Aviation Regulations, Title 14, Part 103, Ultralight aircraft are defined as: has only one seat Is used only for recreational use or flying Does not have a US Airworthiness certificate or international equivalent If unpowered, weighs less than 155 pounds If powered; - Weighs less than 256 pounds, - Has a maximum fuel capacity of 5 gal. - Has a top speed of 55 knots - Has a power-off stall speed of 24 knots In addition, Ultralight vehicles do not have to be airworthy certified or have any parts that are. They can be, though. Operators of ultralight vehicles do not have to meet any aeronautical knowledge requirements, nor have a minimum age. Ultralight vehicles do not have to be registered or have registration markings. The vehicle used by Rockstar as a base for the in-game Ultralight is a Air Creation Racer, an ultralight aircraft that meets these requirements (US FAR 103 Ultralight Vehicles category.) In the event of a crime being committed with one of these, this can be easily disabled, from the ground, with small arms fire-and that's in GTAO. I know the damage systems on server are a bit wonky, so that's going to make a pretty fragile plane even more fragile. Plus, 5 gallons of gasoline is not really that much of an explosive threat, either. I am requesting that the laws are adjusted so that ultralight aircraft are an exception to the current Air Laws and Regulations(License and Permit requirement not required, and radio contact not required because ultralights don't have any) in place to reflect the United State's laws on ultralight aircraft. Small Edit: When I said "exception to Air Laws and Regulations", I was meaning more so that it doesn't require a pilot's license or a radio, but other than that? Everything else still is in effect.