Flying at night

To fly a drone or remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) at night, you must have:

The requirements

To fly a RPA at night, you must also:

  • train and test the remote pilot
  • keep records for any training and testing completed by the remote pilot
  • conduct a risk assessment and mitigation for the operation
  • document your practices and procedures.

To document your practices and procedures, you can either:

or

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Last updated:
25 Jul 2023
Online version available at: https://www.casa.gov.au//drones/registration-and-flight-authorisations/flying-night
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