Know your airspace
The first rule to flying a drone is understanding where you can fly that drone. We’re here to help. Utilizing the power of Airmap, we’re pleased to offer you a one-stop-shop to identify where you can and cannot fly around the globe.
We’ve built the map for U.S. pilots, which means you can access Part 107 airspace information for the United States and Hobby flight rules for the rest of the globe. If you live in another country and require commercial airspace information, we’ll be building a guide soon to help you out.
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Other things to consider:
- How to get airspace authorization to fly, using LAANC
- FAA – No Drone Zone
- New drone? Things to know before you fly
- You have to register your drone with the FAA before you fly
Do I need the drone Part 107 pilot’s license?