What are the requirements of a safe flying environment?

  • Do not fly close to a crowd or yourself.
  • Avoid flying the aircraft out of your line of sight.
  • Keep the aircraft away from potential obstacles, such as trees, power lines, buildings, etc.
  • Leave enough space for turning and maneuvering.
  • Do not fly in severe weather conditions, including but not limited to typhoons, tornadoes, rain, storms, thunder, hail or snow.
  • Do not fly in extremely high or low temperatures, or in strong winds.
  • Avoid flying near hazardous situations, including but not limited to fire, explosions, landslides, floods or earthquakes.
  • Keep away from facilities that could produce electromagnetic interference to avoid failure of positioning, including but not limited to power plants, power lines, transformer substations or broadcasting towers.
  • Avoid interference from other devices, such as other remote controllers or transmitters.