VIDEOS: Sullivan's Island touch and go? FAA unsure if any federal regulations were broken
Video posted on Instagram Tuesday shows something you rarely see. Drone video by Station28.5 shows a Cessna doing a touch and go landing on a sandbar off Sullivan's Island.
Some commenting on the post considered the maneuver on Tuesday dangerous.
ABC News 4 reached out to the FAA, and we were told the pilot may not have violated any federal aviation regulations. We also made a call to the South Carolina Department of Aeronautics and have yet to hear back.
Bev Jenkins, a local realtor, reached out to ABC News 4 Wednesday to provide another video of the touch-and-go landing.
Jenkins says he took the video while riding in the co-pilot's seat during the flight.
According to Jenkins, he was riding along with the pilot as he did a storm damage survey for a large water damage mitigation company.
Jenkins says there was no imminent danger to any people or property during the touch-and-go, and the pilot was "very experienced."
Legal or not, dangerous or not, it's a really cool video.