OpenSky app Stories December 21, 2020

Wing Aviation’s drone safety app OpenSky now displays a “test your knowledge” button just in time for the new pilots this festive season. With massive amounts of new drones to hit the sky this Christmas, it’s an important addition to keep the flying community and those in the sky safe.

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OpenSky app Stories November 12, 2020

Today at the World of Drones Congress virtual event, Wing Aviation announced a few changes and new features for its OpenSky drone safety app. The changes include additional no-fly zones around active fires and flight cautions in national parks.

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OpenSky app Stories November 3, 2020

Wing Aviation’s OpenSky app has received web app support in Chrome and Chromium-backed Edge, allowing for direct access and improved ease of use. OpenSky is currently only available in Australia as a result of Wing Aviation’s drone delivery program.

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OpenSky app Stories August 27, 2020

DJI‘s drone apps have no-fly zones built-in, a safety feature that is great to have right in the DJI app but is it as useful as you might think? Personally, it’s a no from me, the app usually has no-fly zones for major airports but misses out for some smaller airports.

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OpenSky app Stories July 9, 2019

Australia’s leader in drone deliveries, Wing Aviation, is working with the Australian government to keep drone pilots safe and flying legally with their new app, OpenSky. The app is set to replace the ‘Can I Fly There?’ app created by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). This is the first of many apps planned by Wing Aviation and CASA in preparation to keep Australian skies safe.

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