Drone safety rules and standard operating conditions

If you’re using a drone, or remotely piloted aircraft, for work or business, there are specific rules that apply to you.

Flying a drone commercially means flying for any type of hire or reward. Commercial flying also includes research and development — this means anything that isn’t flying for sport or recreation.

With more drones in Australian skies than ever before, it’s important that you understand the rules that keep you and others safe.

To learn more, go to www.casa.gov.au/drones
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