- Check your local weather first to see if the conditions are favorable to fly. If there is rain on the way, there’s no reason to risk damage to your drone.
- Ensure that all of your batteries are charged and in good condition.
- Check your controller, monitor, and/or other devices such as your iPhone, tablet, phone, or iPad to make sure they’re fully charged. Take any appropriate car charges with you for emergencies.
- Make sure there are no flight restrictions or no-fly zones in the area you want to fly. Use the B4UFLY app and check for any temporary flight restrictions (TFRs) currently in effect by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
- Give your drone a quick look, make sure there is no physical damage.
- Take spare parts with you, such as propellers, guards, chargers, etc. Did I mention extra BATTERIES?!
- Double check your firmware. Make sure there hasn’t been a recent update before heading out.
- Remember to bring enough Micro SD cards (with enough memory) to film more than enough footage for your project. Also check your cards for proper ratings and correct formats.
LJ Aero's ACARS Ground Host Processor supports the following Arrival and Post-Flight functions: Descent & Arrival Winds Descent & Arrival Weather Descent & Arrival...
LJ Aero's ACARS Ground Host Processor supports the following Enroute functions: Enroute Winds Enroute Weather Enroute NOTAMs Flight Plan Changes Engine Reports Fuel Remaining...