Drag the yellow circle to the area in which you will conduct your drone flight(s).
When you've positioned the yellow circle to be over the centre of your flight area, click "continue" and we'll file your report and activate monitoring (if you selected it).
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This item is defined as a Point. Points typically represent small buildings or areas for which we do not have accurate perimiter data to be able to plot a boundary. Points are often found within the boundary of an Area, in which cases the point is often highlighting a significant building or structure.
We recommend caution when operating in the vicinity of a point.
This item is defined as a Linear Hazard. These types of hazard often represent objects which describe transport or power infrastructure.
The highlighted area is believed to contain power infrastructure. Power infrastructure presents heightened risk of damage to your equipment and critical National infrastructure.
Be aware that rail infrastructure is dangerous: fast-moving rolling-stock, electrified tracks, cables and/or signalling equipment exists that may not be individually mapped.
Any operation within the vicinity of a major road carries heightened risk to road users; it is generally advisable to stay clear of all roads.
It is likely that members of the public will congregate in and/or around this area. Please be mindful of their safety.
This area is identified as a National Park and is to be regarded as a no-fly zone by drone operators.
Security Sensitive Airspace Restriction
The FAA, under 14 CFR § 99.7 — Special Security Instructions (SSI), has prohibited all UAS flights within the airspace defined under UAS NOTAM FDC 7/7137. The restrictions extend from the ground up to 400 feet AGL, apply to all types and purposes of UAS flight operations, and remain in effect 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Flying in this area is likely to be prohibited. There is an extreme risk of interference with manned aviation. In most territories worldwide, you can only operate within the boundary of an aerodrome (or it's Control Area) with permission. Refrain from flying in the vicinity of the surrounding area and excercise elevated caution.
Increased Risk to Aerial Activity
There is an increased risk of interference with manned aviation while flying in this area.
Depending on local legislation, you may need to seek permission of, or notify, the relevant authority before you fly here.
Gas Venting Station
A Gas venting station is located in this area.
Risk of Radio Interference
There is the risk of interference to the GPS or radio control link due to equipment in this area.
Military use indicated
Flying in this area is likely to be prohibited. This area is associated with military land and/or air use and your operation within it is likely to be prohibited.
This classification of area or point is likely to be additionally sensitive to privacy concerns. You may have greater obligations to disclose your intended flight over, within or near these areas to any controlling authority or land owner, particularly if you plan to fly with surveillance equipment.
No Drone Zone
This area is a designated 'drone no-fly zone'. Do not fly your drone in this airspace.
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This is your Airspace Alert. The solid yellow circle on the map indicates the area in which you have told us you will be operating your drone, and the larger white (outer) circle denotes the area in which we will alert you if we believe any tracked manned aviation will enter.
To learn more about how Airspace Alerts work, click here.
User Reported Drone Flight
This is a community flight report submitted by, or to, Altitude Angel and indicates that a drone operator is expected to be operating one or more drones in the indicated area during the specified times.
These details are supplied directly to us by our community members and network partners. If you wish to report any content - or a drone flight, please contact us quoting the unique identifier above.