Just trying to play by the rules here. I have 3 "airports" within the 5 mile radius (provided by the B4Ufly app. 1) Gliderport - ~3.5 miles away, number disconnected when I call (using google's provided number). I think a farmer owns it/owned it for crop dusting to be honest. No traffic controller. 2) Some ritzy neighborhood that has an airfield available to residents for small planes. 4 miles away. No traffic controller. 3) Large hospital, 1.7 miles away, they have a heliport. I call, lady that answers literally laughs upon my request to "speak to the person that manages traffic for the heliport". Transfers me to Emergency room, who transfers me to risk management who tells me nobody at that hospital does that, but someone at another hospital can provide info. Call the other hospital, person there says Susan isn't the person, but she gathered my info and will have the actual person get with me... eventually. So.... is the basic rule of thumb that is you are near an ACTIVE airport? One with actual planes/helicopters flying around are to be notified? I feel like these 3 are all exceptions.