Precision Agriculture Drone Operators Please Fly Safe Near Ag Aircraft, Says NAAA

Drone Below – Agricultural drone operators who do not take precautions to when flying near low flying ag aircraft risk damage to equipment and injury to individuals.

The risk for collisions between ag drones and agricultural aircraft is increased due to the fact that the latter often perform their operations below 400 feet, the maximum height at which drones are allowed to fly.

Because of this and increasing incidents between drones and aircraft, National Agricultural Aviation Association (NAAA) are urging drone operators to undertake a number of steps in order to ensure the safety of themselves, and that of those around them.

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