A ban on low flying aircraft, including drones, is being imposed in the Forth as the Queensferry Crossing gets ready to open.
Restrictions will start at 7pm on Monday August 28 and continue until 12.30am on Tuesday August 29 around the Forth Road Bridge, Forth Bridge and Queensferry Crossing.
The restriction means that no aircraft, including drones, will be allowed to fly below 3,000ft above sea level.
The same restrictions will be in place between 8am and 8.30pm on Saturday September 2 and Sunday September 3.
That weekend will see 50,000 members of the public cross the bridge before its official opening on Monday September 4.
The air restrictions will also be in force from 8am to 2pm on September 4 when the Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, opens the £1.35 billion bridge.
Police Scotland said the restrictions were to ensure the safety of the public in the air, on the ground and in the water.
Aircraft working for Police Scotland, the Scottish Ambulance Service or Maritime and Coastguard Agency can fly within this area.
Planes approaching or leaving from Edinburgh Airport under the control of Edinburgh Air Traffic Control will not be affected.
Nor will aircraft flying with permission from the Police Scotland air accidents and incidents advisor.
Aircraft, including drones, are governed by the Air Navigation Order 2016 and other legislation.
It is the responsibility of the pilot to ensure any flights out with restricted areas are legal and safe.
The Civil Aviation Authority govern aircraft use in the UK.
Police Scotland will investigate any misuse of aircraft, including drones, in conjunction with the CAA.