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The article you linked has a bunch, which one is it? This one?
I know it's not a single engine/single boom but it reminds me of the Seabird Seeker:
Yeah 100% RC, I wish though!!
I believe the only thing you are required to have an AMA membership for is flying at AMA fields.
Based on this FAA webpage, the only requirement...
This rule doesn't exist under the FARs period.
People also like to quote the 1946 supreme court case United States vs Causby which ruled in favor...
I'd take the Grumman and Cirrus and lock them in a private secluded hangar until they pop out something in between...
Not sure in your case but occasionally we would get fuel loads that were noticeably darker than normal once in a while. Our jet fuel loads would...
Actually that reminds me - the state of NC requires all Part 107 operators to take a state-specific test on top of the FAA's 107 test to fly in...
Haven't heard of the approval from the county thing ever. As far as I know, there is no requirement to notify any airport of your operation within...
I just checked the area you referenced, you're good to go:
For Airspace Analysis:
For controlled airspace approval...
No requirement for a permit from the county. If he has his Part 107 certificate for commercial UAS operations it's easy.
If the flight is around...
The hardest working anenometer in existence!
Dorian about to hit Florida
Me, an intelllectual:
Being willing to switch instead of feeling emotionally or financially invested is important too. My first instructor on our 2nd flight didn't pay...
Horse bridal, huh? You may kiss the bride!
H-He's covered in TOMATOFLAMES, he's going down!
I know this because Harvey happened right as I started with my drone job, my two year mark is Monday!