Drone pilots have more flexibility with new Part 107 drone rules.
Just as we thought flying drones would be harder, now it is even easier. New rule changes to Part 107 will make common commercial jobs much easier. Part 107 pilots are excited, they no longer have to file night waivers, over people waivers or take recurrent tests.
The new rule changes to Part 107 make the life of a drone pilot much easier. The FAA did release the final Remote ID guidelines, albeit they will not be implemented until 2023. This article will focused on explaining the changes to Part 107 outside of Remote ID.
The FAA made it clear years ago what their plan was for the drone industry. Luckily, they are listening to the industry and moving forward. For that, we are grateful to the FAA.
During our podcast of the 2017 FAA symposium, we mentioned how the FAA wants to make flight over people, RID and night time operations happen soon. These drone operations are enablers for more advanced regulatory systems to empower advanced drone operations. Advanced operations like beyond-visual-line-of-sight drone delivery.
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For the full text explanation of the new drone related rules to Part 107, see the list of FAA provided resources below.
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