We have a great bonus episode about sharing airspace authorizations today. We all know that it’s a bummer to wait 90+ days for an airspace authorization. How can you fly in controlled airspace when you have less than 3 months notice?
Today, we discuss how to fly under another pilot’s airspace authorization. What are the rules you need to follow when sharing authorizations? How can you find other authorizations to share? We hope you all enjoy this special episode! Fly safe!
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- [00:23] Today’s topic revolves around getting authorization to fly in controlled airspace on short notice
- [00:39] Paul welcomes Vic to the show
- [01:38] Learn how Drone U can help you find airspace authorizations
- [02:22] When you rent an airspace authorization, does the responsible pilot need to be with you while you are flying?
- [04:02] Vic reads out the email that he sent out to FAA
- [05:46] Vic explains the complexities involved with renting out airspace authorizations
- [06:52] What can you expect to pay for renting out an airspace authorization?
- [09:16] As the responsible pilot, will the FAA come after you if something goes wrong? Do you have a chance of losing your authorization?