No Fly Zone
Policies & Regulations
Drone users are requested to check local regulations before flying and perform flight tasks in a lawful and safe manner.Ruko Innovation provides collated national regulatory documents for your reference. Since the relevant laws and regulations of drones in various countries will be updated from time to time, please refer to local policies.
Airport no-fly zone
- Expand the coordinates of the airport protection zone designated by the Civil Aviation Administration by 5km outward to form a no-fly zone.
- (Applicable to China) refers to the two ends of the runway extending 20km outward, and each side of the runway extending 10km, forming a rectangle with a width of about 20km and a length of about 40km. Flight altitude is limited to 150m.(Applicable to United States, Canada, Hong Kong, Macau, Mexico, Japan, Singapore, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, France, etc.) refers to the extension of the end of the runway at both ends of the airport for 5km, and the width of both sides of the runway is 1.2km, forming a rectangular area. The height limit is under 120m.
Military base no-fly zone
The coordinates of the military base protection zone designated by the state extend 3km outward to form a no-fly zone.
No-fly zones for stadiums and sports events
It is forbidden to extend 3km outward to form no-fly zones around stadiums or events with large-scale activities.
Security-sensitive special no-fly areas
such as government-designated fly-restricted areas, prisons, government agencies, power stations, dams, nuclear power plants, wharves, railway stations, and other areas that extend 3km outward to form a no-fly zone.
Temporary no-fly area
The government-designated temporary blockade area, large-scale performances, important conferences, disaster rescue sites, and other areas are extended 3km outward to form a no-fly area.
United States no-fly areas
United States controlled airspace and other flight restrictions can be found on B4UFLY app.
Other Restricted Areas
- To avoid flight risks, sensitive areas such as important government body, prisons, and nuclear power plants are defined as restricted-flying zones. While ensuring safety as much as possible, areas such as large-scale performances, important meetings, and disaster rescue sites are also defined as restricted-flying areas to maintain public safety.
- The specific no-fly guidelines need to comply with the exact local regulations. Users are obliged to use drones after understanding the local regulations and policies.