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Indoor Operation of a Remotely Piloted Aircraft

The following regulations make indoor Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) flying difficult:

  • A person must keep their RPA at least 30 metres away from other people (exceptions apply) [see Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (Cth) reg 101.245];
  • A person must not fly their RPA over any populous areas [regulations 101.025; 101.280]; and
  • The RPA must not create a hazard to other people or property [reg 101.055].
Indoor Operation of a Remotely Piloted Aircraft  :  Last Revised: Wed Dec 12th 2018
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