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Website or app for no fly zones?

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Snowride419, Jul 3, 2015.

  1. Snowride419

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    Does anyone know of a website or app that gives location-aware no-fly zones? I'm thinking something that users can add their local knowledge. For example, Snoqualmie Falls Park in Washington doesn't allow drones. It may be due to the power plant on top of the falls, but c'mon who expects a power plant on top of the water fall that's in the middle of a park? It would be awesome to go to my handy website/app in map mode and look at it and see a red flag or add one after I drove an hour just to take a couple snaps on my cell phone and save others the same trip.

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  2. msinger

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    image.jpg Thankfully, the DJI Pilot app restricted no fly zones are much smaller than MapBox depicts them! If you zoom out on the Pilot map, you'll see DJI's restricted areas in red circles around airports, which are the ones that will directly affect you when flying in P-GPS mode!
     
  4. AirApparent

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    I have the UAV Zones app and it is ok
     
  5. robert velez

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    I use the above links plus as a VFR pilot, I use skyvector.com for airport, weather, and altitude information awareness.