Everything from Real Estate, Property Footage, Events and Weddings, to Customizable Shoots. 

All of our pilots are Transport Canada Certified and have the highest training possible.

We specialize in video and photo operations; however, we do 3D mapping and surveying as well. 

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DID YOU KNOW...

In Canada, there are specific and strict regulations in order to operate any type of drone, legally.

Before you hire your friend or purchase your own drone,

here are some important things to keep in mind.

Transport Canada Regulations:

  • You must have at least a Basic License in order to fly a drone.

  • You must fly VLOS (Visual Line Of Sight) at all times.

  • When flying a drone, you must stay below 122 metres (400 feet) in the air, at all times.

  • You must stay away from bystanders at a minimum horizontal distance of 30 metres for basic operations.

  • You must stay away from all emergency operations and advertised events.

    • This includes but is not limited to forest fires, outdoor concerts, and parades.

  • You must stay away from airports and heliports, at all times.

    • 5.6 kilometres (3 nautical miles) from airports.

    • 1.9 kilometres (1 nautical mile) from heliports.

  • You must stay outside controlled airspaces (for basic operations only).

  • Lastly, when flying any drone you must stay far away from other aircraft.

    • Don’t fly anywhere near airplanes, helicopters and other drones.

You could face serious penalties, including fines and/or jail time if you break the Canadian Transport Drone Regulations. If you break more than one rule, you could receive multiple penalties.

 

Fines For Individuals

  • up to $1,000 for flying without a drone pilot certificate.

  • up to $1,000 for flying unregistered or unmarked drones.

  • up to $1,000 for flying where you are not allowed.

  • up to $3,000 for putting aircraft and people at risk.

 

Fines for corporations

  • up to $5,000 for flying without a drone pilot certificate.

  • up to $5,000 for flying unregistered or unmarked drones.

  • up to $5,000 for flying where you are not allowed.

  • up to $15,000 for putting aircraft and people at risk.

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Let's all do our part in keeping our communities safe and

leaving drone work to the certified professionals.

If you are looking for a Transport Canada Certified Drone Pilot, look no further!

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