7 Things to Know to Legally
Operate a Drone
FAA Part 107:
Free Report

Free Report: FAA Part 107FAA Regulation has long been cited as the primary reason professionals were hesitant to explore how drones could impact their business, and Part 107 changes all of that. Part 107 eliminates many of the barriers to entry that professionals on every side of the industry have struggled with, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still questions and concerns, including:

  • What are pilot requirements under Part 107?
  • How does Part 107 differ from a Section 333 Exemption? 
  • What kind of restrictions still exist for anyone flying under Part 107?

Download our free report to discover the answers to these questions and more as we explore what commercial professionals need to know in order to ensure they are flying legally under Part 107.

 


About The Author

Jeremiah Karpowicz is the Executive Editor for Commercial UAV News. He has created articles, videos, newsletters, ebooks and plenty more for various communities as a contributor and editor. He is also the author of a number of industry specific reports that feature exclusive insights and information around how drones are being used in various markets. You can read all of those reports here. Get in touch via Twitter or LinkedIn.

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