Further restrictions have been put in place regarding the use of aircraft over the Forth as part of the celebrations to open the Queensferry Crossing.
From 8am to 8.30pm on Tuesday September 5, a restriction of airspace has been put in place around the area of the Forth Road Bridge, the Forth Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing.
The restriction means that during those times, no aircraft, including drones, is to fly below 3,000 feet above mean sea level in the area.
This further restriction is to ensure the safety of the public in the air and on the ground and water within the area.
On Tuesday 10,000 people from the communities around the bridge will have their own chance to walk across the new crossing.
The restriction does not apply to aircraft operating in the service of Police Scotland, the Scottish Ambulance Service or Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
It also does not impact on aircraft approaching or leaving from Edinburgh Airport under the control of Edinburgh Air Traffic Control.
An exemption is also in place for aircraft flying with permission from the Police Scotland air accidents and incidents advisor.
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.