Drone Law Today Q&A #2!

Logo 600 x 600Drone Law Nation, we’re back to answer your drone law questions! Can a Section 333 holder hire a Pilot In Command as an independent contractor? Do they have to hire the pilot as an employee? Are state “drone law” flight restrictions preempted (overruled) by the FAA regs? Should you register your drone now, or wait until February? Do you give up your ability to fly FPV if you register your drone? What does “visual line of sight” even mean? Tune in for answers to all these questions and more!

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Some links for you:

FAA Guidance on State Drone Law

FAA Modernization & Reform Act of 2012 (search for “336”)

Hogan Lovells article on possible shift in FAA VLOS policy

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One thought on “Drone Law Today Q&A #2!

  1. I must say that this is a terrific article! I think it would be very interesting to also talk and hear your opinion about the future of all this regulation. I am predicting that with all this new regulation, the FAA is trying to simply clear out the skies of the private flyers and prepare it for commercial drones and quadcopters. FAA likes them more and I doubt that it will impose any strickt regulations agains commercial drones. And we know that many big companies are looking to enter the drone industry soon (for delivery and other purposes). So the future regulation will be (in my opinion) mostly restrictive for individuals, but no so restrictive for commercial flyers.
    The prospects for the future are also very interesting if you are in the quadcopter business as this will affect its future.
    The reason (at least I think so) that FAA does not like private flyers is the fear of losing control over the air space in the country.

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