How high must a craft fly in order to not be in foreign airspace?

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Jun 04, 2013 05:11 PM 0 Answers
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When flying over another country's airspace, the laws of that country apply. Alcohol, for example, can be banned on certain flights due to international recognition of a foreign power's rights.

That said, spy satellites, Voyager, and the International Space Station don't seem to fall under these rules. This seems to imply an upper limit.

So the question is, how high would an aircraft need to fly in order not to be subject to these rules?

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