Drone Owners, Here's What To Know Before Taking Flight
As drones become more popular in the U.S. there's plenty of confusion about how they can be used without breaking the law.By Bram Sable-Smith | December 28, 2014
There are a lot of personal drones in the U.S. — Amazon reportedly sells 10,000 each month. And there's a lot of confusion about how you can use them without breaking any laws. So we're answering some frequently asked questions. Call it our drone "know fly list."
First what is OK. If you're flying a drone recreationally, under 400 feet, and always within eyesight, you're pretty much in the clear.
But can drones be flown near an airport or in airspace that could be populated by an airplane? No. (Video via Postandfly)