Despite the safety features in some unmanned aircraft (UA), there remains a risk that operators could lose control of their UA in flight. This may result in collisions with other aircraft, as well as injury or damage to property and persons on the ground. Before conducting any outdoor activities, operators should ensure that they are flying their UA within the permitted areas.

Use the map below to check the permitted areas for flying UA, and if permits are required to fly a UA at your planned location(s).

Area Limits

Click here for more information on the different types of UA permits, and the application process for each of them.