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A week ago

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unmanned_aerial_vehicle

What is the maximum altitude (height) in feet,meters a Drone can reach the Sky?

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Prashant S Akerkar

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A week ago
For handheld drones, DJI Phantom 2 holds the altitude record of 11,000 feet (approx. 3.3 km).
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A week ago
Thank you.

More altitude can be achieved i.e. exceeding 11,000 feet by breaking the record with Technology advancement in Drone & Remote circuitry?

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A week ago
Yes, absolutely possible but the issue is that it's illegal to fly that high. Most countries have regulations that forbid flying beyond a certain altitude.
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A week ago Edited: A week ago, prashantakerkar
Thanks.

Do we have a wiki page which can display the rules & regulations across countries which limits the Drone maximum altitude flying?

Example :

Country name  Maximum Altitude (feet)

USA.                       11,000
UK          
Germany
France
Netherlands
UAE
Japan
China
Australia
New Zealand
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Prashant S Akerkar
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A week ago
Thanks.

I missed Russia.

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A week ago
USA.                       11,000

Actually it's a lot less in the US, you’re not allowed to exceed the height of 400 feet, whereas in most European countries it goes up to 500 feet.

In most Australian cities, you can only fly your drone up to a maximum altitude of 120 meters (394 ft.) – most of this airspace is considered controlled airspace. To fly a recreational drone any higher, you must seek approval from CASA and adhere to any associated conditions. The case is the same in New Zealand, China.

In Japan (according to one source), drones may not fly within 30 meters (98.4 feet) of people or private property.

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A week ago Edited: A week ago, prashantakerkar
Thanks.

A new wiki page created for the same would be useful which displays all nations and their maximum altitude drone rules & regulations?

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar
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A week ago Edited: A week ago, bio_man
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A new wiki page created for the same would be useful which displays all nations and their maximum altitude drone rules & regulations?

I agree. It should be called Global Quadcopters Regulations, or something along those lines
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