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traveling to vegas

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Discussion' started by tbwester, Jul 21, 2014.

  1. tbwester

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    I'm traveling to Vegas with my phantom this week. Carrying it on the plane.

    Anything I need to be careful of traveling, and/or flying it in Vegas?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Original poster

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    Hope you're staying at the Cosmo to get some awesome shots from the balcony :)
     
  3. FASTFJR

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    With the airport so close the entire city is basically one big no fly zone
     
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    This. It's class B airspace to the surface which requires ATC clearance.
     
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    hoover **** is half an hour.
    is it permitted to fly over there?
     
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    Don't check your batteries but bring them as hand luggage on the plane. Lipo batteries are not allowed as checked luggage.
     
  7. tbwester

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    A no fly zone... What if I fly with GPS off - in attitude mode
     
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    I don't think you quite understand a no fly zone
     
  9. tbwester

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    Hey man, I appreciate the jackass comments. Thanks! so helpful.
     
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    Well, do you understand what a no fly zone is?
     
  11. FASTFJR

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    You asked the question about flying in Vega.......you got your answer's but you don't like them :roll:

    Try not to be one of the guys that screws it up for everyone else ;)
     
  12. tbwester

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    No the no-fly zone info was helpful. The other comments aren't.

    Thanks.
     
  13. chapsrlz

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    hey guys
    and what about flying over hoover dam?
    im going to vegas / great canyon next september.

    greetings!
     
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    Its a no go, the grand canyon is a national park, i went there this april and got stopped before i could even launch and hoover dam is soooo crowded and windy that you either get shot out before ever lauching or be afraid of to many people around or too windy, been there done that

    Sana
     
  15. mr.goodkat

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    our friends in States better make a list of places where you can actually fly your drones. I believe list is going to be shorter than the list of no fly zones :)))))))
     
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    Here you go -

    Almost everywhere

    :)
     
  17. henrycruz

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    ahahaha! that was funny.

    [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoXAMRQoIAA[/youtube]
     
  18. mr.goodkat

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    yes I can see that above
    cant fly it in vegas, cant fly it in national parks, I bet you cant fly them in high density places like manhattan etc
     
  19. Original poster

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    So as I said, almost everywhere.

    A bit of common sense as to where you should and shouldn't fly should give you the answer.