I was wondering if any of You would know an answer to this. I have looked at the FAA website, but I couldn't find the answer
. I will have a private pilot's certificate within about 1 week and I am very interested in flying to Niagara Falls as one of my first longer cross countries. I have one concern though, and it has to deal with flying over international borders. As You all most obviously know, Niagara Falls is located on the boarder of Canada and US, so if I would want to take an aerial tour of the place, flying across the boarder would be pretty much a must. I would really appreciate if any of You could give me any information in regards to private pilots flying across the US/Canada boarder with a US private pilot's certificate. Furthermore, there will be no landing in Canada, so maybe that makes the rules more relaxed/easier.
Thank You very much in advance,