From snow-capped mountains to sun drenched beaches, there is a whole world to explore with your drone. If you’re not sure where to start, or you’re looking for a little inspiration, the Case Farm has put together the ultimate tour around Europe for you and your drone.
If you’re taking your drone along on your travels, it’s important that you follow some simple tips to make sure you and your drone stay safe. Read on to find out more.
Check local laws
Laws and regulations surrounding UAVs vary from country to country, so it’s important to check these before you go so you don’t fall foul of any laws. Some countries will also require you to apply for a permit before you can fly, so leave plenty of time to arrange this before you set off on your trip.
Keep your kit protected
It’s all too easy for gadgets to get damaged or broken in your luggage, so consider a hard protective drone case to protect your kit. Whether you want military protection from Peli, or more affordable cases for your gadgets, check out the Case Farm’s range of drone protective cases.
Contact your airline
Most airlines will be happy for you to take your drone in hand luggage, but be sure to check size restrictions if taking your drone as hand luggage. If you are checking in your drone, make sure to label your carry case as being fragile, and check airline policy on handling fragile items.
These simple tips will make sure you get the most from your trip, and get incredible shots and videos from your drone.