8. One Drone At A Time
According to the DGCA, you may have more than one drone. However, you can operate only one drone at a time.
9. Mind The Gap
Drones should not fly 3km near airports of cities. For cities Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai and Delhi, it is 5km.
10. Look Where You’re Flying Drones
Drones are banned from other locations as well. These include beyond 25kms from international borders, 500m from coastline to sea and 3km from military institutions and establishments.
With more ease of drones and policies by the DGCA, flying them will become freer in India. This opens up many possibilities for the media and several companies and hopefully, the tips above provide some basic guidance on the topic. What do you think about this? Let us know in the comments below. Also check out, the list of the most innovative cities in the world here.