Flying Drones in Albury
03 February 2020
If you’re flying a manned or unmanned aircraft stay away from bushfires to ensure you do not endanger the essential firefighting operations.
Watch the video below and read the drone rules from Know Your Drone
As drones continue to soar in popularity, it is important users inform themselves on how and where they may operate a drone, whether they need to be licensed and the dangers of flying drones near an airport or airfield.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has developed rules and regulations strictly prohibiting unmanned aircraft being flown in a manner that creates a hazard to aircraft.
Australia’s safety laws for drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), also know a remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) as defined in the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations, Part 101, vary depending on whether you are flying recreationally, for sport or for commercial purposes.