Commercial UAS pilots: A Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC) is required for commercial UAS operations within controlled airspace. The permissions and operational requirements for flying within the controlled airspace around certain airports (Class C, D, and E airspace) are determined by the type of Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC) that you are operating under. For detailed information see the Transport Canada UAV website. Operations under an SFOC Exemption are not permitted within controlled airspace.
Commercial UAS Pilots: The Skyward map shows controlled airspace which extends below 500 feet as a yellow area. SFOC Simple and SFOC Exempt commercial UAS operations are not allowed within this area. An SFOC Compliant or SFOC Restricted (Complex) is generally required to fly within controlled airspace.
There may be a significant amount of arriving and departing air traffic in this area. Use caution. It’s your responsibility to avoid manned aircraft at all times.
Recreational UAS pilots: The Skyward map shows controlled airspace which extends below 500 feet as a yellow area. Recreational UAS pilots may not fly within controlled airspace except at a MAAC event or field. Check the Transport Canada UAV website for details.
Use caution. It’s your responsibility to avoid manned aircraft at all times.