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Where Can I Fly?

Anyone flying a drone is responsible for flying within FAA guidelines and regulations. That means it is up to you as a drone pilot to know the Rules of the Sky, and where it is and is not safe to fly.

Airspace Restrictions

Learn about airspace restrictions, especially around airports, so your drone does not endanger people or other aircraft.

B4UFLY Mobile App

Download the FAA's safety app, which provides real-time information about airspace restrictions and other flying requirements based on your GPS location.

No Drone Zone

FAA provides a free digital toolkit with outreach materials to federal, state, and other partners to educate drone operators that flying in certain areas is prohibited.

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