Part 107 In Effect August 29, 2016. See Below for 333 Rules.
Commercial UAS Pilots may fly anywhere in Class G airspace. However, it is your responsibility to avoid manned aircraft at all times. Use caution.
Rules under 333
Commercial UAS Pilots: The Skyward Airspace Map shows the Section 333 Blanket COA standoff distances in yellow. The rule applies to public use airports, heliports, seaplane bases, and gliderports. Commercial UAS pilots must have a Civil COA to fly within these areas. The distances are:
Commercial UAS pilots: The Skyward Airspace Map shows 5 NM circles around airports with control towers, 3 NM circles around airports without a control tower but having an instrument approach, and 2 NM circles around other airports and heliports (Section 333 Blanket COA). Click on the airspace area to get the name of the airport. Recreational UAS pilots: The Skyward Airspace Map shows areas within 5 nautical miles (NM) of U.S. airports in yellow. This is often high-traffic airspace. Notify the airport operator or the air traffic control tower before you fly. Use the contact information provided on the Skyward Airspace Map. For detailed information, see the FAA Model Aircraft Operating Standards. Use caution when operating near any airport.
Recreational UAS pilots: The Skyward Airspace Map shows 5 NM circles around airports (FAA Model Aircraft Operating Standards). Click on the airspace area to get the name of the airport and the contact information.