How to Stay off FAA

How to Stay off FAA's 'Naughty List' with Your Drone

The crackle of a roaring fire…snowflakes dancing gently through the air…the smell of cookies baking in the oven…these are typical thoughts when I think of the perfect Christmas day. And, yes, of course presents! Tis the season of giving, right? So, why not surprise someone with the gift of flight?!

Drones have become easily accessible with cost-effective pricing and ease of use so they make wonderful gifts for that special someone who already “has everything.” The only thing to worry about is Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) flight regulations. Yes, even personal drone pilots have rules they must follow.

To make it easy, FAA has created the following video that identifies rules and best practices for new drone pilots, like keeping their craft under 400 feet and never letting their drone out of their sight.

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Ginger Hill is Group Social Media Manager.

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