FAA Compliance is necessary for businesses looking to provide commercial services with unmanned aircraft. Specifically, business entities must be in compliance with the FAA's current commercial exemption regulations as well as rules relating to licensing and UAV Registration. Click on the picture or on the link below to be taken to a brochure that highlights DMZ's Service Offerings for businesses looking to become FAA-Compliant. These services include consultations, Exemption Writing Services, Training Procedure Development, Registration Assistance, Licensing Recommendations, and more.
To operate your UAV Commercially within the United States, you currently need a Section 333 Exemption from the FAA. Moving forward you will need to adhere to Part 107 Guidelines. Check back soon to go through our Part 107 Checklist and Study Guide.
To operate any UAV weighing more than 250 grams within the United States, whether for commercial purposes or hobbyist-use, requires registration with the Federal Aviation Administration. Please contact us if you would like assistance in the registration process. Also, click on the picture or on the link below to learn more about UAV Registration.
To operate a UAV commercially within the United States, the FAA currently requires a Pilot's License. Specifically, any commercial UAV Operator (Pilot In Command) must have AT LEAST a Sport or Recreational Pilot Certificate. To obtain a Pilot Certificate, or full Pilot's License, requires flight school. Please contact us for more information on licensing. At present, the fastest flight school we can recommend offers a two-week turnaround for obtaining a Recreational Certificate.