Airspace

Restricted Airspace for BVLOS

The Foremost UAS Test Range is available to gain operational RPAS experience or to prove the capabilities of the systems you are operating when flown under BVLOS conditions.

The Transport Canada approved Foremost UAS Test Range is available for anyone to fly. Advice concerning flight testing protocols or information regarding Range access can be gained by contacting the Range Safety Manager.

The restricted airspace of CYR 234, 235, & 236 covers a 700 NM2 area, and up to 18,000 FT ASL. Together they contain some of the most accessible airspace for R&D and T&E in North America.

An extensive road network makes every square mile of the airspace easily accessible.

Largely flat terrain affords extended sight lines.

 The large farming industry also ensures forgiving terrain in case of a forced landing.

Map of Foremost UAS Test Range Restricted Airspace

Map of Foremost UAS Test Range Restricted Airspace

To build upon what the Test Range’s has to offer, Foremost also enjoys access to an experienced team of engineers and technologists.

UxS Consulting has broad experience in Defence R&D, technical and operational RPAS expertise, as well as regulatory compliance. UxS uses the Foremost Range to continue to develop and extend its RPAS capability.

Under SkySensus, this has converged into the development of a comprehensive airworthiness program.

Range Features

Varied terrain with full ground access to all airspace

Oil and gas infrastructure

Crop and range land

Water features

Power lines and telecommunications towers