How to Fly Your Drone in Controlled Airspace
New pilots, aerial photographers, and people interested in the drone industry have all heard the overly-intimidating term, “controlled airspace.” This type of language leads many new drone pilots to believe that they simply cannot fly there, when in fact you absolutely may be able to – but only if you’re granted permission. This guide is meant to explain controlled airspace in a nutshell, how to request permission to fly in controlled airspace, and what to do on when you’re actually there on the day of your flight.
What is “Controlled” Airspace?
Controlled airspace is a generic term that covers the different classifications of airspace and defined dimensions within which air traffic control (ATC) service is provided. This includes Class A, B, C, D, and E airspace,…
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