Arizona Aerial Photography & Video

Arizona Drones in Real Estate

We specialize in real estate aerial photography and video. We have may FAA certified pilots across the state. Our pilots can take aerial photos or video of your property to make your real estate listing stand out from the crowd. We promise 24 hour turnaround on all aerial photos. Book a pilot or continue reading see aerial photos from Arizona and learn more about drone issues specific to the state.

Drones in Arizona

Ghost Towns, numerous mountains and ecologically diverse deserts all present great opportunity for amazing drone photography in Arizona. While it may be tempting to fly your drone over the Grand Canyon or Petrified Forest it is against the law to fly them in national parks. Understanding where you can and can't fly drones is a tricky issue affecting drone pilots, we have a section below on Arizona drone law. Continue reading to see photos pilots have uploaded from the state.

Arizona Drone Photos

Aerial Photos by City

Drone pilots travel far and wide to capture the perfect photo. You can click the Arizona cities below to view photos uploaded from some of these locations. We serve cities all across Arizona, far beyond what is listed below.



Arizona Drone Video

A skilled drone pilot can use video to tell a story about the property you are selling. Video quality is constantly improving with many drones now capable of 4k resolution. Social media posts with video are ranked higher and get more views than those without. It's no surprise that 85% of homebuyers prefer to work with an agent using video. We are able to host video that is supported by MLS's accross the nation. Below are videos pilots have added from Arizona.


Arizona Airspace

Many airports require drone pilots to have special FAA authorization in order to fly near them. The airports in Phoenix, Tucson and Mesa are a few that will have this requirement. Occasionally temporary flight restrictions or "TFRs" will be issued. These will restrict drone use and are usually put in place during large sporting events or because of presidential travel. This is why it's important to check with planning tools and verify airspace requirements every time before flying. Unfortunately the BFUFLY app is notoriously unreliable. AIRMAP provides a tool that we leverage in our lookup tool to help with planning.

Drone Law in Arizona

It is illegal to fly a drone for profit unless the operator passes what is commonly called the part 107 test. It's extremely difficult to understand all drone laws and ordinances as there is no central database. This is why you must do research before each and every flight. Arizona passed a law that prohibits flying drones near critical facilities and also limits the abilities of towns and cities to set their own laws.