The Operations Over People rule became effective on April 21, 2021. Drone pilots operating under Part 107 may fly at night, over people and moving vehicles without a waiver as long as they meet the requirements defined in the rule. Airspace authorizations are still required for night operations in controlled airspace under 400 feet.
UAS Live Events Whether you're a new pilot or have years of experience, rules and safety tips exist to help you fly safely in the State of Alaska. To get started, be sure to select which type of user you are and find out what rules and regulations apply to your specific situation. Alaska DOT&PF has the authority to implement and manage regulations pertaining to state laws concerning unmanned aircraft operations within the state.
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