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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Roadking, Feb 22, 2016.

  1. Roadking

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    That if the DJI web site No FLY Zones | DJI shows that I am not in a NFZ I can buy a P3P and fly it's? Is this site accurate?
     
  2. flpholt

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    wouldn't go of there site type in no fly zones in browser and look at us maps is different than dji
     
  3. ChrisA

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    It is for the airports it actually shows. I live less than 5 miles from a class D tower controlled airport that the DJI site does not show. Maybe they only show international airports witch I have 10 miles away that it does show.

    I have been using the FAA app. It's overkill showing every possible airstrip and heliport but better safe than sorry.

    On a side note, the airport within 5 miles from me lists a number to call if you will be flying in their controlled airspace. I've done it a couple times and they asked a couple questions but once I said i wouldn't be flying above 300' they didn't seem to concerned. one guy did ask me to keep line of sight.
     
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