Here are some answers to some of the questions we get asked the most regarding our UAV’s and what they can and can’t do.

There is also information regarding UK Drone Laws and Drone Regulations.

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  • Can you fly in the rain?

    Unfortunately not. We are unable to fly in any type of rain. We do monitor the weather conditions before any shoot and can advise if the conditions may prevent us flying.

  • Can you fly when it’s windy?

    Yes but within certain limitations. We cannot fly in winds above 20mph for safety reasons. High winds affect the stability of the aircraft and if deemed unsafe to fly, the operation will be stopped.

  • Can you fly indoors?

    Yes we can fly indoors, but only if there is adequate space to do so. Our aircraft is fitted with an array of sensors and technology to allow safe indoor flying.

  • How far can you fly?

    We can achieve an altitude of 400 Feet, that’s (122.0M) and 500M horizontally away from the drone pilot as long as the aircraft is still within Visual Line Of Sight (VLOS). These are the standard permissions given to us by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

  • What qualifications do you have?

    Our pilots have undertaken the Icarus GVC General Line Of Sight Qualification. We have Operational Authorisation from the Civil Aviation Authority to operate an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) for commercial operations upto 25kg. Without this we wouldn’t be allowed to operate or hold the relevant insurance.

  • I have a drone for non commercial flying. What are the laws regarding this in the UK?

    When you fly a drone in the UK it is your responsibility to be aware of the rules that are in place to keep everyone safe.

    Follow these simple steps to make sure you are flying safely and legally.

    Make sure you can see your drone at all times and don’t fly higher than 400 feet
    Always keep your drone away from aircraft, helicopters, airports and airfields
    Use your common sense and fly safely; you could be prosecuted if you don’t
    You must obtain land owners permission to fly on or over their land

    Drones fitted with cameras must not be flown:

    within 50 metres of people, vehicles, buildings or structures
    over congested areas or large gatherings such as concerts and sports events

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