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Drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Eden Prairie, Minnesota

The FAA reported a drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Eden Prairie, Minnesota on 31 January 2016. Separation distance reported as unknown.

PRELIM INFO FROM FAA OPS: EDEN PRAIRIE, MN/UAS INCIDENT/1817C/FLYING CLOUD ATCT REPORTED PILOT CIRRUS SR22, OBSERVED A UAS WITH A BLUE LIGHT AT 1,400 FEET 1 MILE N RUNWAY 28R. NOEVASIVE ACTION TAKEN. EDEN PRAIRIE POLICE DEPT NOTIFIED.

MOR Alert for FCM
Type: Public inquiry or concern (including all pilot reported NMACs)
Date/Time: Jan 31, 2016 – 0017Z
A/C: (SR22)

Summary: SR22 REPORTED A UAS ON ABOUT 1.5 TO 2 MILE FINAL 1/2 MILE NORTH OF FINAL.

Aircraft: Cirrus SR-22
Operator:
Flight:
Aircraft altitude: 1400 ft
Separation: unknown
Source: FAA


Please note:

This information is based on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sighting as reported to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). A UAS can be a personal drone (e.g. a quadcopter), or a larger military drone.
Please note that separation distances are solely based on pilot’s judgements and not necessarily accurate since horizontal and vertical separation distances can be hard to judge.

Drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Santa Ana, California

The FAA reported a drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Santa Ana, California on 20 December 2015. Separation distance reported as unknown.

PRELIM INFO FROM FAA OPS: SANTA ANA, CA/UAS INCIDENT/1130P/JOHN WAYNE ATCT REPORTED CIRRUS SR22, REPORTED A 4 FOOT DIAMETER WHITE UAS WITH BLINKING RED LIGHTS AT 5,500 FEET 16 SE SEAL BEACH VOR. NO EVASIVE ACTION TAKEN. ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF NOTIFIED.

MOR Alert for SCT
Type: Public inquiry or concern (including all pilot reported NMACs)
Date/Time: Dec 20, 2015 – 1930Z
A/C: (SR22)

Summary: THE PILOT REPORTED A DRONE PASSING CLOSE BY HIS AIRCRAFT AT THE SAME ALTITUDE 5500′. THE DRONE’S LOCATION WAS THE SLI 130 RADIAL 16 DME, PILOT REPORTED THE DRONE WAS WHITE IN COLOR. ORANGE COUNTY SHERRIFFS DEPT WAS NOTIFIED OF THE EVENT

MOR Alert for SNA
Type:
Date/Time: Dec 20, 2015 – 1930Z
A/C: (SR22)

Summary: I RECEIVED A CALL FROM THE COAST CIC STATING THAT AN AIRCRAFT ENCOUNTERED A DRONE. THE COAST CIC STATED THAT (SR22) ENCOUNTERED A DRONE AT 5500FT APPROX. 6 MILES SOUTH OF THE SNA. THE PILOT SAID THE DRONE WAS WITH IN COLOR,4FT IN DIAMETER AND HAD A FLASHING RED LIGHT. THE PILOT STATED THAT HE DIDN’T HAVE TO MAKE ANY EVASIVE MANUVERES.

Aircraft: Cirrus SR-22
Operator:
Flight:
Aircraft altitude: 5500 ft
Separation: unknown
Source: FAA


Please note:

This information is based on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sighting as reported to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). A UAS can be a personal drone (e.g. a quadcopter), or a larger military drone.
Please note that separation distances are solely based on pilot’s judgements and not necessarily accurate since horizontal and vertical separation distances can be hard to judge.

Drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Dallas, Texas

The FAA reported a drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Dallas, Texas on 10 December 2015. Separation distance reported as 100 feet.

PRELIM INFO FROM FAA OPS: DALLAS, TX/UAS INCIDENT/1245C/DALLAS-FORT WORTH TRACON ADVISED CIRRUS SR22, REPORTED A UAS 100 FEET OFF RIGHT WING AT 3,000 FEET WHILE SW BOUND, 5 SW MCKINNEY NATIONAL ARPT, DALLAS. EVASIVE ACTION NOT REPORTED. DFW DPS NOTIFIED.

MOR Alert for D10
Type: Public inquiry or concern (including all pilot reported NMACs)
Date/Time: Dec 10, 2015 – 1845Z
A/C: (SR22)

Summary:A SR22, WAS AN IFR INBOUND TO ADS AIRPORT. AT 1845 UTC, PILOT WAS 5 SW OF THE TKI AIRPORT AT 3000 FEET, SOUTHWESTBOUND AND REPORTED TO THE DN CONTROLLER A DRONE, BLUE AND RED IN COLOR. PASS 100 FEET OFF THE RIGHT WING. STATEMENTS INCLUDED “PRETTY CLOSE”. THE PILOT REPORTED ON THE PHONE THAT THE DRONE WAS SAME ALTITUDE, AT 3000 FEET AND WAS MOVING FROM WEST TO EAST. NO EVASIVE ACTION TAKEN. DFW DPS/DEN/ROC/QCG AND TKIT NOTIFIED.

Aircraft: Cirrus SR-22
Operator:
Flight:
Aircraft altitude: 3000 ft
Separation: 100 feet
Source: FAA


Please note:

This information is based on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sighting as reported to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). A UAS can be a personal drone (e.g. a quadcopter), or a larger military drone.
Please note that separation distances are solely based on pilot’s judgements and not necessarily accurate since horizontal and vertical separation distances can be hard to judge.

Drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Robbinsville, New Jersey

The FAA reported a drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Robbinsville, New Jersey on 5 December 2015. Separation distance reported as 500 feet.

PRELIM INFO FROM FAA OPS: ROBBINSVILLE, NJ/UAS INCIDENT/1317E/MCGUIRE RAPCON REPORTED CIRRUS SR22, OBSERVED AN UNKN TYPE UAS WHILE EASTBOUND AT 2,000 FEET, 3 N RBV. UAS WAS TRAVELLING WESTBOUND AT APPROX 2,500 FEET. NO EVASIVE ACTION TAKEN. MONMOUTH COUNTY SHERIFF NOTIFIED.

Aircraft: Cirrus SR-22
Operator:
Flight:
Aircraft altitude: 2500 ft
Separation: 500 feet
Source: FAA


Please note:

This information is based on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sighting as reported to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). A UAS can be a personal drone (e.g. a quadcopter), or a larger military drone.
Please note that separation distances are solely based on pilot’s judgements and not necessarily accurate since horizontal and vertical separation distances can be hard to judge.

Drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Norfolk, Virginia

The FAA reported a drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Norfolk, Virginia on 24 November 2015. Separation distance reported as 300 feet.

PRELIM INFO FROM FAA OPS: NORFOLK, VA/UAS INCIDENT/1320E/NORFOLK APCH ADVISED CIRRUS SR22, ENROUTE TO MANTEO AT 9,500 FEET, REPORTED A RED WITH BLACK TRIM UAS 300 FEET BELOW ACFT 43 W NORFOLK. NO EVASIVE ACTION TAKEN. LEOS NOTIFICATION NOT REPORTED.

MOR Alert for ORF
Type: Public inquiry or concern (including all pilot reported NMACs)
Date/Time: Nov 24, 2015 – 1820Z
A/C: (SR22)

Summary: SR22, VFR ENROUTE TO MQI VIA WAIKS INTERSECTION AT 9,500 FEET. AIRCRAFT REPORTED A DRONE 300 FEET BELOW HIS AIRCRAFT. PILOT REPORTED DRONE AS RED WITH BLACK TRIM. LOCATION OF EVENT WAS THE ORF284043 DME FIX.

Aircraft: Cirrus SR-22
Operator:
Flight:
Aircraft altitude: 9500 ft
Separation: 300 feet
Source: FAA


Please note:

This information is based on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sighting as reported to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). A UAS can be a personal drone (e.g. a quadcopter), or a larger military drone.
Please note that separation distances are solely based on pilot’s judgements and not necessarily accurate since horizontal and vertical separation distances can be hard to judge.

Drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Asheboro, North Carolina

The FAA reported a drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Asheboro, North Carolina on 16 November 2015. Separation distance reported as 200 feet.

PRELIM INFO FROM FAA OPS: ASHEBORO, NC/UAS INCIDENT/1055E/GREENSBORO ATCT REPORTED CIRRUS SR22, AT 6,500 OBSERVED AN OBLONG METALLIC WITH BLACK AND WHITE MARKINGS UAS 200 FEET BELOW ACFT 10 NW ASHEBORO ARPT. NO EVASIVE ACTION TAKEN. NO LEO NOTIFICATION REPORTED.

MOR Alert for GSO
Type: Public inquiry or concern (including all pilot reported NMACs)
Date/Time: Nov 16, 2015 – 1556Z
A/C: (SR22)

Summary: PILOT WAS APPROXIMATELY 10 NW OF THE ASHBORO AIRPORT (HBI) WHEN HE REPORTED A DRONE PASSED OFF HIS WING APPROXIMATELY 200 FEET BELOW HIM. THE AIRCRAFT WAS NORTH EAST BOUND INTO GSO AND THE DRONE PASSED OPPOSIT DIRECTION TO THE SR22. THE PILOT REPORTED THE DRONE WAS OBLONG, METALLIC, WITH WHAT APPEARED TO BE SOME BLACK AND WHITE MARKINGS. THE AIRCRAFT WAS APPROXIMATELY 6,500 WHEN THE EVENT OCCURRED.

Aircraft: Cirrus SR-22
Operator:
Flight:
Aircraft altitude: 6500 ft
Separation: 200 feet
Source: FAA


Please note:

This information is based on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sighting as reported to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). A UAS can be a personal drone (e.g. a quadcopter), or a larger military drone.
Please note that separation distances are solely based on pilot’s judgements and not necessarily accurate since horizontal and vertical separation distances can be hard to judge.

Drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Los Angeles, California

The FAA reported a drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Los Angeles, California on 8 November 2015. Separation distance reported as 200-300 feet.

MOR Alert for SCT
Type: Other
Date/Time: Nov 8, 2015 – 2236Z
A/C: (SR22)

Summary: SR22 VFR 5500 9 SE LAX SOUTHEAST BOUND REPORTED A DRONE WHIZZING BY HIM A COUPLE HUNDRED FEET BELOW HIM. PILOT DID NOT TAKE EVASIVE ACTION BUT DID SAY DRONE WAS A SILVER QUADCOPTER

Aircraft: Cirrus SR-22
Operator:
Flight:
Aircraft altitude: 5500 ft
Separation: 200-300 feet
Source: FAA


Please note:

This information is based on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sighting as reported to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). A UAS can be a personal drone (e.g. a quadcopter), or a larger military drone.
Please note that separation distances are solely based on pilot’s judgements and not necessarily accurate since horizontal and vertical separation distances can be hard to judge.

Drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Wallups Island, Virginia

The FAA reported a drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near Wallups Island, Virginia on 29 October 2015. Separation distance reported as 2000 feet.

PRELIM INFO FROM FAA OPS: WALLOPS ISLAND, VA/UAS INCIDENT/1215E/, CIRRUS SR22 OBSERVED A UAS DESCRIBED AS A QUADCOPTER, APPROXIMATELY 14 NW WALLOPS ISLAND AT 4,000 FEET. THE AIRCAFT WAS AT 6,000 FEET. PIC ADVISED OF TCAS ALERT FROM UAS, NO EVASIVE ACTION REQUIRED. NO LEO NOTIFICATION.

Aircraft: Cirrus SR-22
Operator:
Flight:
Aircraft altitude: 6000 ft
Separation: 2000 feet
Source: FAA


Please note:

This information is based on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sighting as reported to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). A UAS can be a personal drone (e.g. a quadcopter), or a larger military drone.
Please note that separation distances are solely based on pilot’s judgements and not necessarily accurate since horizontal and vertical separation distances can be hard to judge.

Drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near New York, New York

The FAA reported a drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near New York, New York on 25 October 2015. Separation distance reported as 1000 feet.

PRELIM INFO FROM FAA OPS: JFK/UAS INCIDENT/1719E/NEW YORK TRACON ADVISED CIRRUS SR22, 5 SW JFK AT 6,000 FEET REPORTED A UAS, TYPE UNKN, 1,000 FEET BELOW ACFT OPPOSITE DIRECTION. NO EVASIVE ACTION REPORTED. NEW YORK POLICE AVIATION UNIT.

MOR Alert for N90
Type:
Date/Time: Oct 25, 2015 – 2119Z
A/C: (SR22)

Summary: DRONE REPORTED BY SR22 5 MI SOUTHWEST OF JFK AT 6000 FT. PILOT REPORTED DRONE 1000 FT BELOW AIRCRAFT OPPOSITE DIRECTION. NOTIFIED NEW YORK POLICE AVIATION UNIT AT 2131UTC AND DEN AT 2138UTC

Aircraft: Cirrus SR-22
Operator:
Flight:
Aircraft altitude: 6000 ft
Separation: 1000 feet
Source: FAA


Please note:

This information is based on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sighting as reported to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). A UAS can be a personal drone (e.g. a quadcopter), or a larger military drone.
Please note that separation distances are solely based on pilot’s judgements and not necessarily accurate since horizontal and vertical separation distances can be hard to judge.

Drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near San Diego, California

The FAA reported a drone sighting by a Cirrus SR-22 near San Diego, California on 24 October 2015. Separation distance reported as 500 feet.

PRELIM INFO FROM FAA OPS: SAN DIEGO, CA/UAS INCIDENT/1510P/SOCAL TRACON ADVISED CIRRUS SR22, OBSERVED A BLACK UAS 500 FEET BELOW ACFT WHILE AT 3,800 FEET, 8 E OF MONTGOMERY FIELD ARPT, SAN DIEGO, CA. NO EVASIVE ACTION TAKEN. SAN DIEGO SHERIFF OFFICE NOTIFIED.

MOR Alert for SCT
Type: Other
Date/Time: Oct 24, 2015 – 2210Z
A/C: (SR22)

Summary: WAS ON FINAL APPROACH TO MYF @ 3800′ AND REPORTED A BLACK DRONE APPROXIMATELY 500′ BELOW HIM. SD SHERIFF NOTIFIED. DEN NOTIFIED.

Aircraft: Cirrus SR-22
Operator:
Flight:
Aircraft altitude: 3800 ft
Separation: 500 feet
Source: FAA


Please note:

This information is based on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) sighting as reported to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). A UAS can be a personal drone (e.g. a quadcopter), or a larger military drone.
Please note that separation distances are solely based on pilot’s judgements and not necessarily accurate since horizontal and vertical separation distances can be hard to judge.