U.S. Air Space Map
The map below helps small UAS operators know where to fly safely by displaying the relevant low-altitude airspace that is relevant. The map displays airspace according to the selected rule that an operator is flying under – such as Part 107 (flying for business) or Part 101e (flying for fun) in the U.S. Click on the menu in the upper right to change the rules that apply to you. You can also select optional rules for enhanced awareness. Once you have selected a rule, tap or click on an airspace for more details.
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