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No drone zone: Common no-fly zones for drones in the U.S.

FAA No Drone Zone balloons

It can be overwhelming to look through a full list of drone rules and regulations. I want to assure you that the rules can be easy to follow, that you can get out and have some fun. For today, however, let’s talk about the places that you cannot fly. We call these no-fly zones, but the FAA likes the term “no drone zone.”

This is a partial list of restricted airspace in the United States, please check all the applicable property rules in your area, as well as check what FAA airspace rules exist in your area.

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