If you’re looking to head to Super Bowl XLIX (AKA Super Bowl 49) in Glendale, Arizona’s lovely University of Phoenix Stadium, be prepared for some next-level security and an unusual ban. The FAA has declared Super Bowl 49’s airspace a no drone zone. If you have your drone, just leave it at home, according to a fun, weird little video that the government has put together regarding the restricted airspace. It’s a short little YouTube video, and you can take a look at it below if you’d like.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jwPaFp8nMg
The only things cleared to be in the Super Bowl airspace are military patrol planes and approved Air Ambulance flights, just in case of a medical emergency. Leave your drone at home, and if you’re going to be flying a drone around for deliveries, make sure you avoid Glendale. Anyone caught flying a drone, whether they cause an accident or not, faces a potential civil penalty from the FAA for ‘careless and reckless’ operation of an aircraft.
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