Drone Airspace Map

Flying a drone whether recreationally or commercially is getting more regulated by the day and flight planning is essential to all drone operations. While finding places to fly your drone can be easy, following the FAA drone regulations aren’t always as simple which is why we put together the drone airspace map. In addition states are continuing to add more drone operating laws to there books.  We at Drone Wasteland do our best to keep you as up to date in real time as possible on where you can fly your drone. Below is an interactive drone flight restriction map including FAA drone rules. FAA is the airspace authority and own all the air above private property. They also operate all controlled airspace in the United States.

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We have compiled this map for drone pilots from many databases including the FAA, Homeland Security, National Parks Services, National Forest Service and Washington State. Restricted zones are marked from those authorities. Check out our interactive map of drone laws by state for airspace information on a local level.

As always please consult FAA regulations app B4UFLY and local drone regulations. Most apps do not show local state, county or city no fly zones. While we do our best to have as many local no fly zones as possible on our site, having 100% is impossible due to the lack of real organization between agencies. If you’re looking to operate your drone in state parks, check out our state interactive map for individual states.

If you want to learn more about FAA class airspace click here. It is important to make sure you are educated about airspace requirments before starting to fly drones. It’s also important for the drone flying to stay lightly regulated as possible, so always follow FAA part 107.