When you first start flying drones, it can feel like there are a lot of details to keep track of. But after you log a few flights and build your confidence with the basics, you’re probably eager to explore some new locations and see what your drone can really do.
Drones are easier to fly than ever before, but it’s important to not allow ease-of-use to create a false sense of security. Millions of new drone pilots are expected to take to the air for the first time in the coming years, and many of them will undoubtedly experience crashes and flyaways that could have been easily avoided. Becoming a skilled drone pilot takes time, practice, and incorporating habits for safe and successful flights.
So, before you take off into uncharted territories, here are a few habits that can help you avoid costly incidents, and establish a track record of safe flights.
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