Whether you are flying commercially or for fun, drones are not allowed within 3nm (5.5kms) of an airport, or above 400ft elsewhere. The Civil Aviation Safety Autority (CASA) mandates the use of UAV/RPA’s and model aircraft in regard to the proximity of aerodromes. You must not fly your drone in a way that creates a hazard to another aircraft, person or property. Watch and read these resources below to learn the drones rules in Australia.

    Current Albury Airport Tower Operating hours

    • Monday- Friday 0615 - 2030
    • Saturdays 0900 - 1900
    • Sundays 0900 - 2030

    Australia’s safety laws for drones, or more technically correct, remotely piloted aircraft (RPA), are defined by the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations Part 101. For more information visit Drone FlyerCASA, or view the illustrated drone guide.