Where Can I Fly in Georgia? – Every Drone Law 2019 – Atlanta, Augusta, and Columbus (Episode 10)

Where Can I Fly in Georgia? – Every Drone Law 2019 – Atlanta, Augusta, and Columbus (Episode 10)

Not sure where you can fly your drone in Georgia? In this video we will discuss every federal, state, and city drone laws as of 2019. This will include Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, and every city in Georgia.

FAA Drone Zone: https://faadronezone.faa.gov

7 Comments

  1. Michael Hartman on April 17, 2022 at 6:03 pm

    I know lake lanier is off limits without permission from the USACE (Army Core Engineers). There are a number of large parks that are off limits as well. Sometimes a sign is posted, sometimes it’s just on an obscure website and you have to google the park and "Can I fly a drone at ____" before you will have a more definite answer.
    https://lakelanier.com/2018/07/can-you-fly-your-drone-over-lake-lanier/#:~:text=Yes%2C%20you%20can%20fly%20your,USACE%20process%20to%20get%20permission.&text=The%20primary%20issues%20are%20safety%20and%20invasion%20of%20privacy%20by%20drone%20operators.

  2. ae4xo on April 17, 2022 at 6:04 pm

    I think they also have a state park law now too

  3. Tony A. on April 17, 2022 at 6:07 pm

    Music is too loud. please consider no music at all or very faint in the background so we can hear YOU.

  4. Dug Man on April 17, 2022 at 6:15 pm

    Rule 391-5-1-.05 Safety and General Conditions of Use. No aircraft can take off or land in Georgia State Parks.

  5. Markus on April 17, 2022 at 6:19 pm

    Some fpv racing drones go over 100mph

  6. Neo on April 17, 2022 at 6:35 pm

    Thanks man that’s of great help. I am new to drones and wanted to practice flying. I live at cumming and have few parks in my area. Is there a way to know if I flying drones in those parks are allowed or not?

  7. LS on April 17, 2022 at 6:44 pm

    The state has declared multiple no-fly zones, such as around the state capitol, and the Governor’s Mansion. Since that mansion is in a residential area (and a very wealthy one, at that), it means that whole area is no-fly. And the other government facility restricted zones, plus airports on three sides, basically make almost all of downtown Atlanta a no-fly zone. That’s not to say people obey these rules. I see tons of news footage and TV ads shot in the no-fly areas. Nobody seems to pay any attention to it, eithet on the flying side or the law enforcement side. But just wait until some cop gets a burr under his seat and decides to make an example of somebody. It will happen.

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