‘Drone No Zone’: Flight Limits Issued for 2023 Rose Parade

The Rose Parade on January 2, 2023 welcomes hundreds of thousands of spectators, but drones must stay home.

temporary flight restrictions It will be installed from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. for “special security reasons,” according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

The 134th Annual Rose Parade Presented by Honda is scheduled for Monday at 8:00 am in Pasadena.

The parade begins at the corner of Green Street and Orange Grove Boulevard and travels 5.5 miles until it ends at Villa Street.

Unlike normal years, the parade is held on January 2nd. The “North Sunday” Rule.

This year’s Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Utah Uts game will head to the Rose Bowl at 2:00 p.m., so drone restrictions still apply.

“Anyone who attempts to fly a drone is subject to fines, arrest, and/or imprisonment,” the city of Pasadena said in a statement. twitter A post written as “NO DRONE ZONE”.

The FAA cited the following as some of the reasons for issuing the TFR:

  • Natural disasters such as wildfires and hurricanes
  • Certain major sporting events

“The FAA may temporarily restrict access to certain designated areas of airspace in the same way cities and states cut off access to roads when necessary,” the FAA said. said in a statement. website.

The TFR restricts aircraft, including drones, from flying unlicensed in certain areas for a period of time.

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