We explained earlier that the FAA forbids commercial use of drones (sorry, “unmanned aerial vehicles”) without a license, and — in its interpretation — that includes Realtors.
But there are also some places where it’s illegal to fly a drone even for non-commercial purposes: near military bases, major airports, or national parks, for example.
Not surprisingly, that puts a lot of the Norfolk and Virginia Beach area off limits.
To help show where you can’t fly a drone, period, comes the aptly named website “Don’t Fly Drones Here,” which consists of an interactive map indicating those no-fly zones.
So while the general “commercial use of drones” rules might eventually change, you still won’t be able to photograph these areas from the air.