Officially a Commercial Drone Pilot!


This is a service announcement! 

This morning I passed Part 107 of the Federal Aviation Regulations for Unmanned Aircrafts (drones) exam, which means I can legally  use my drone for commercial use!

I am very excited to start this business venture and to see where it will end up taking me 🌎. This also means if any one would like to purchase stock video or photos from my previous videos/photos,  you can! Just shoot me an email and I will be very happy to assist you with an estimated price. 

On a side note… my next video will be of Michigan and will be released by next week! 

Happy Halloween πŸŽƒ

Registering Your Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS)

First things first.

The first thing I did when I bought my DJI Phantom 4, even before reading the instruction manual, or devouring YouTube videos on how to fly this beautiful drone, was to register this drone to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). According to the FAAΒ ;

β€œAnyone who owns a small unmanned aircraft that weighs more than 0.55 lbs. (250g) and less than 55 lbs. (25kg) must register with the Federal Aviation Administration’s UAS registry before they fly outdoors. People who do not register could face civil and criminal penalties.”

This seems daunting at first, however it is very simple and is streamlined via online! It costs $ 5.00 per aircraft and will cost you approximately 5 minutes of your time. Please click register, to register your sUAS.

Once registered, print your certificate or have it readily available (via phone/ tablet) as proof of evidence for any authority, government officials or curious fellow who may ask for it. Also, attached your UAS Certificate number to your drone. I personally taped my number to my drone.

The one thing I’ve learned so far with my UAS is that it is to be better safe than sorry!

Cheers,

GB