Daniel in Rochester, NY calls in to ask if his FAA authorization is transferable to another pilot, as long as he’s on site.We answer his question and talk about how a membership with DroneU can make sharing FAA authorizations easier. For more info about obtaining airspace authorization, click here. Thanks for the question, Daniel! Fly safe!<br><br>Get your questions answered: http://askdroneu.com/.
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[01:35] Today’s topic is about whether FAA authorizations and waivers can be shared or transferred to another pilot
[02:33] Paul answers today’s question
[02:45] Caveats for sharing or transferring FAA authorizations and waivers
[03:13] What is a precondition to validate a FAA authorization and waiver?
[03:34] How can being a Drone U member help you share airspace authorizations?