Commercial drone operators are required to:
Pilots who complete the Certificate course of study will be able to operate Unmanned Aerial Systems as Pilots in Command and Visual Observers Students enrolled in the UAS Certificate Program will be able to:
All entities, public and private, must operate in accordance with 14CFR Part 107, local and state regulations, and within the limits of their approved Waiver and Certificate of Authorization. Additionally, commercial operations within North Carolina must comply with State Permitting Requirements.
Read the entire Part 107 Advisory Circular
On June 21st, 2016, the FAA finalized a new regulatory framework for small unmanned aerial systems. Titled Part 107, these new regulations effectively create a new drone certification process that covers the majority of low-risk, commercial sUAS flight operations.
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