The Federal Aviation Administration announced the airspace around the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta during Super Bowl LIII on February 3, 2019 as “no man’s land”, and three days before the incident the government announced January 28
The US Federal Aviation Administration will set a temporary flight limit (TFR) on competition day, banning the use of UAVs within a radius of 30 nautical miles, up to 17,999 feet. TFR will be implemented at 17:30. Until 23:59 EST.
If certain general aviation operations meet specific safety and operational requirements, they may be allowed to fly.
On January 31, February 1 and February 2, from 10 am to 11:50 pm, the flights of drones will also be limited to one nautical mile around the stadium at an altitude of 1000 feet. Eastern Time and from 3:00 to 17:30 on February 3, the TFR game begins.
Unmanned aircraft operators and pilots who enter the TFR without permission may face more than $ 20,000 in civilian fines and potential criminal charges.