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Does FAA apply in this case.

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Juan Crane, Jul 27, 2015.

  1. Juan Crane

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    Hi, I own an AP company in South America and have been hired by FOX to do a job in Orlando, I know about restrictions for commercial use of UAVs in the U.S. But this job requires flying INSIDE a warehouse, do FAA restrictions apply? Should I turn it down?
    Thank you!
     
  2. CaptainBadge

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    If you are getting compensated then yes FAA rules apply.
     
  3. Josh Hanson

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    Haha. You couldn't be more wrong. The FAA has no jurisdiction indoors. You can fly and make money all you want indoors.
     
  4. CaptainBadge

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    I just made a quick call and stand corrected. They have recently made a ruling that airspace inside dwellings and structures need not be regulated. Not afraid to admit when I am wrong.
     
  5. Juan Crane

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    Great news guys, thank you.
     
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  6. CaptainBadge

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    Good luck!
     
  7. Josh Hanson

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    Good to admit you are wrong but just a heads up. The FAA has never had jurisdiction indoors. It's nothing new. If you own a building you own the airspace within that building.
     
  8. huppe

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    Need to build a roof over my town.:cool:
     
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