FAA: No Drone Zone For Those Attending the Super Bowl

FAA: No Drone Zone For Those Attending the Super Bowl

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February 1 – The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) newest public service announcement is a reminder that the airspace round NRG Stadium in Houston is a No Drone Zone for the Tremendous Bowl.

Short-term Flight Restrictions will prohibit sure plane operations, together with unmanned plane operations, or drones, inside a 34.5-mile radius of NRG Stadium in downtown Houston, Texas on recreation day. The restrictions might be in impact from four p.m. to 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 5.

The FAA produced a 20-second video that tells individuals to convey their fortunate jerseys, face paint and group spirit to the sport – however to go away their drones at house – as a result of the stadium and the world round it's a No Drone Zone. The company is selling the video on Twitter, Fb, YouTube and the FAA web site.

“Drones have gotten rather more fashionable, however additionally they pose sure security dangers,” stated FAA Administrator Michael Huerta. “We’re working intently with our security and safety companions to unfold the No Drone Zone message as extensively as potential.”

Watch the video on the FAA YouTube Channel: The Tremendous Bowl is a No Drone Zone: https://youtu.be/7LZJTl2brq0.

The FAA is dedicated to working intently with our unmanned business companions to teach individuals about learn how to fly safely. Two of our key initiatives are the unmanned aircraft registration requirement and the Know Earlier than You Fly marketing campaign.

Read more on the FAA’s website.