How we operate:
Commercial sUAS (drone) operations are complex, heavily regulated and require considerable training and investment.
We have tried to summarize some of the more important issues below for guidance
NFREDrones operate and adhere fully to all operating regulations and requirements
Any small Unmanned Aerial System (drone) used for commercial purposes MUST
be operated by a licensed sUAS pilot
sUAS pilots are required to successfully complete training & a written test
prior to commercial flights
Primary operating requirements are:
MAX height 400 ft AGL
ALWAYS within line-of-sight
NOT over people
ALWAYS aware of danger to persons and property
ALWAYS in accordance with FAA flight
rules and conditions
License should be available when flying
NFREDrones pilot are fully licensed.
Certification is displayed by the pilot on every flight
FAA National Airspace System
A key requirement of sUAS pilot licensing is the recognition
of airspace limitations regulations and requirements..
Prior to acceptance of any flight we always verify our ability
to fly legally..
Verification is completed with AIRMAP
(note that we have ZERO flexibility in respect of
AIRMAP flight limitations)
In addition to pilot licensing all drones larger than .55 pounds
are required to be registered with the FAA
Registration MUST be shown & easily viewable on sUAS
NFREDrones are fully registered, registration certificate will
be on display with the pilot on every flight
Insurance is not required when flying a sUAS
however it is highly recommended
NFREDrones are fully insured - insurance coverage certificate
will be available prior to every flight.
WEATHER / OTHER FACTORS
As with all other aircraft systems sUAS are subject to
weather and other airspace or air operation limitations.
Prior to flight we also use B4UFLY to check on current conditions
Weather and other factors are normally temporary and
seldom lead to cancellation but may lead to postponement
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