本文へスキップ


 

Aerial Drone Photography & Video RTB@SAPPORO



Flight Rules for Unmanned Aerial VehiclesACCESS



 In recent years, drone have rapidly spread to industrial use and leisure use.
 There is no formal national test for the operation of drones now.
 However, in response to the fall of the drone in the Prime Minister's Office in April   
 2015, deliberations on drones were rapidly considered, and on September 4, 2015,
 the revised Aviation Law regulating the flight of drones was enacted and enforced
 on December 10.
 Drones weighing 200g or more can only be flown by corporations and individuals
 with a flight permit and approval from the Aviation Bureau of the Ministry of Land,
 Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.



Civil Aviation Law for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles




・ Airspace around airports (including heliports)
・ Over the population concentration area (DID) based on the census  
  * Details can be confirmed on the Geographical Survey Institute map
・ Airspace at a height of 150m or more from the ground or water surface                   




Operational Limitations

地図

地図


Regardless of where you fly, you must follow the rules listed below when flying a Drone:
* Rules [1]-[4] will be added on September 18th, 2019.

[1] Do not operate Drones under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
[2] Fly and operate Drones after preflight actions.
[3] Operate Drones to prevent collision hazards with airplanes and other Drones.
[4] Do not operate Drones in a careless or reckless manner.
[5] Fly and operate Drones in the daytime.
[6] Operate Drones within Visual Line of Sight (VLOS).
[7] Keep a 30m or more operating distance between Drones and persons or properties on the surface.
[8] Do not operate Drones over event sites where many people gather.
[9] Do not transport hazardous materials such as explosives by Drone.
[10] Do not drop any objects from Drones.




DJI Safe Flight Map
 



バナースペース

RTB@SAPPORO

   5 Higashi 3 Minami 2 Chuo-ku
   Sapporo Hokkaido
   Japan 060-0052
   Phone:+81-11-233-4616
   Email:info@rtb-drone.net