Do’s and Don’t

Do’s

  • Fly only during daylight (after sunrise to before sunset).
  • Fly in good weather: Good weather lets you not only fly your drone better but also keep track of it in the air.
  • Fly in visual line of sight (VLOS): Always be within visual range of your drone.
  • Be aware of airspace restrictions/ no drone zones and respect privacy of people.
  • Keep local police informed about your drone flying activity. If you are ever approached by police provide all requisite information.
  • Do log your flights and intimate concerned authorities (like DGCA, local police etc.) of any incidents/ accident.

Don’t

  • Don’t fly Nano drones above 50 feet from the ground level.
  • Don’t fly Micro drones above 200 feet from the ground level.
  • Don’t fly drones near other aircraft (manned or unmanned).
  • Don’t fly drones in areas specified as ‘No Fly Zones’.
  • Don’t fly drones near airports and heliports.
  • Don’t fly drones over groups of people, public events, or stadiums full of people without permission.
  • Don’t fly drones over government facilities/military bases or over/ near any no-drone zones.