STATE LAW FOR AERONAUTICS
21-207. Jurisdiction over crimes and torts. All crimes, torts and other wrongs committed by or against an airman or passenger while in flight over this state shall be governed by the laws of this state; and the question whether damage occasioned by or to an aircraft while in flight over this state constitutes a tort, crime or other wrong by or against the owner of such aircraft, shall be determined by the laws of this state, so far as not governed by federal laws at any time.
[(21-207) 1931, ch. 100, sec. 7, p. 178; I.C.A., sec. 21-107.]