5. You must not endanger the safety of any other aircraft

The general aviation principle of ‘see and avoid’ applies and you must do everything possible to avoid conflict with any other aircraft.

It is illegal to fly any unmanned aircraft within in a Flight Restriction Zone (FRZ) around an airport/airfield without permission from air traffic control at the airport or, if air traffic control is not operational, from the airport itself.

To ensure that you are not operating within an FRZ, please see https://dronesafe.uk/restrictions/ or use an phone app like NATS Drone Assist (https://dronesafe.uk/safety-apps/) .

Endangering the safety of an aircraft could result in a five-year prison sentence.