HOW TO: Legally Fly A Drone HIGHER Than 400 Feet

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-Many people believe that you are limited to flying a drone 400 feet high but there are cases when you are allowed to legally fly a drone above 400 feet.
-In this video we discuss what circumstances and situations that allow you to fly higher than 400 feet high.

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-If you are ready to take your drone capability to the next level, visit our website today!
**Steel City Drones Flight Academy offers complete drone training services anywhere in the United States.
-We offer training services for all DJI platforms including the DJI M200, Inspire, Mavic, and Phantom series.
-We offer drone-introduction classes, advanced drone flying, commercial drone applications classes, cell tower inspections with drones, and precision agriculture using drones -such as golf course management.
-If you are ready to take your drone capability to the next level, visit our website today!
Visit: https://www.SteelCityFlightAcademy.com

5 Comments

  1. Robert Wilhite on August 20, 2020 at 9:20 am

    Incorrect. Part 107 allows penetration (without a waiver) into Class E that originates at 700 AGL. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnF0m2Bbaro at 2:50 time mark details this. In your video example here, a waiver would only be required IF Class E originates from the surface; NOT if it originates from 700 AGL.

  2. Jcb M on August 20, 2020 at 9:27 am

    How are you flying withing 2000 ft of that tower legally? Do you have to have a waver for that?

  3. Stanimal Video Marketing on August 20, 2020 at 9:38 am

    What does the FAA consider a structure? Does topography count, like a cliff? Can I film a 32 foot building off the edge of a cliff thats more than 400ft high?

  4. Claude Taylor on August 20, 2020 at 9:45 am

    What about flying for hobby if you live and your house on a mountain that 11000 feet

  5. A TV on August 20, 2020 at 10:00 am

    Where can you check what class airspace you’re flying in?

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