Aspen Times Weekly: FAA Drone Rules
Last month, the Federal Aviation Administration began enforcing registration requirements and regulations for small unmanned aircrafts, a.k.a. drones. The new rules create a degree of accountability for users of drones, including hobbyists and professionals alike.
It’s not a light topic. If you own and fly a drone you could be subject to “civil and criminal penalties if you meet the criteria to register a drone and do not register,” the FAA cites.
Fortunately, for non-professionals it’s easy to get official. Simply go here (www.registermyuas.faa.gov) and walk through the process.
Name, home address, and e-mail are required, and then the FAA will generate a “Certificate of Aircraft Registration/Proof of Ownership” with a unique identification number. You attach this number to your aircraft.
For more on this article, visit https://gearjunkie.com/. Stephen Regenold is the founder and writes about outdoors gear for Gear Junkie.
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