Drone Regulations

November 15, 2016

DRONE CERTIFICATION: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO FAA PART 107 FOR U.S. COMMERCIAL DRONE PILOTS

Drone Certification of  FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) is a national authority of the United States and the authority has powers to handle all aspect of civil aviation. Its activities include the management of air traffic, the establishment and operation of airports in the USA, the certification of personnel and commercial aircraft etc. The federal aviation act of 1958 transferred air safety regulation from the civil aeronautics board to the FAA. This agency was established 58 years ago on August 23, 1958. Its headquater is in 800 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, D.C. 20591. The administrator of this agency is Michael Huerta. There are some rules and regulations of this agency for flying a drone.   THE RULES FOR OPERATING DRONE & getting Drone Certification On June 21st in year 2016, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has finalized a new regulatory framework for the unmanned aerial system. In the part 107, all of the new rules and regulations create a new certification process for drone, which includes commercial flight operations and the majority of low risk. According to part 107, to get Drone Certification a commercial drone operations are required to: You have to pass an initial aeronautical test. You have to […]