This article on Beer Delivery by drones has been discussed in the forum already However, the article contains a disturbing quote: "I guess I was in violation two ways." For one, even though he protests that he was only flying "80 feet high," Supple was within 30 miles of the Minneapolis airport. The other is that his excellent video has been deemed "a commercial use—we’re getting press out of it."" 1. Whether or not the FAA has authority to do so, the two places that are referred to - their guidance and the 2012 regulations not yet implemented - refer to either a 3 mile or 5 mile distance for "notification" of airports. Further, the Class B airspace - which was brought up by the FAA as being an issue in the NYC case - extends to 5 miles around major airports at ground to 400 ft level. This stance is worrisome. 2. If commercial is an issue, commissioning a video should be a problem for the flyer. However, now it is a problem for the poster of the video??