The Lawton Fort Sill Regional Airport is a “No-Drone Zone”.

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), or drones, have become a popular tool in many different arenas, from aerial photography to functioning as reconnaissance aircraft in disaster areas. The Lawton Fort Sill Regional Airport is a “No-Drone Zone” and is protected and regulated by FAA 14 CFR § 107.41.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires individuals who operate a drone to register their unmanned aircraft and to notify the airport operator if flying within five miles of an airport. It is important to understand that once a drone leaves the ground, it’s entering airspace often occupied by other aircraft. Be sure to follow established rules and regulations as outlined by the FAA in the link below.

Before You Fly a Drone

Follow rules, regulations, and register your drone (UAS) here.

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REAL ID Frequently Asked Questions

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Lawton Fort Sill Regional Airport now has TSA PreCheck.

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