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Discussion in 'News' started by owenrg, Dec 14, 2015.
Press Release – FAA Announces Small UAS Registration Rule
I guess my question is if I already have an N Number and I'm waiting on my 333 approval, do I still have to register with the FAA again using this new system?
A 211 page document.... Surprise , Surprise. Make it so complicated people will never read the actual rules in their entirety. I guess we will just have to go by the summary because I am not reading all of that.
Do you fly any copters that will not be listed on your 333 exemption? If so register, one registration will cover all your copters for recreational uses.
No. the FAQ says this only applies to hobbyists/recreational used. Also, this system only works for individuals. It does not work for businesses/companies.
Yeah that's a great question. I'm sure it'll be so,e time before they figure out all those kinda situations haha. I haven't looked into getting a 333 yet so I'm new to that. About to pick up an inspire and want to make some money with it so I better look into that. Any good place to start with that process?
Actually most of the 211 page summary is mandatory findings review discussing how they came to their conclusions, estimated burden on the public and government in money and time, and how to apply the code to the CFRs. Really the last few pages where it discusses the new applicable CFRs starting on page 198 is where the meat is.
Thanks for pointing that out, Cap!
It's also not for governmental agencies, e.g., police departments, etc.
I predict a severe website crash on the 21st. ;-)
And we will have to renew every three years...
I do not see that as a big issue.
Attached are the last few pages (FAR Part 48) so you can cut to the chase...
Joola - Actually if you are a business, you need a company representative who will take the assignment for the sUAS that they own. Read the registration section as it states:
(1) Applicant name and, for an applicant other than an individual, the name of the authorized representative applying for a Certificate of Aircraft Registration
(2) Applicant’s physical address and, for an applicant other than an individual, the physical address for the authorized representative. If the applicant or authorized representative does not receive mail at their physical address, a mailing address must also be provided.
(3) Applicant’s e-mail address or, for applicants other than individuals, the e-mail address of the authorized representative.
Hope this helps.
Hans, I think Joola meant that the online registration system is only available to hobbyists and individuals needing to register. Businesses and government entities must still use the paper-based system to register.
Thanks, I guess I should have quoted the FAQ I referenced to avoid any confusion. The registration process that this thread is discussing is only for individual hobbyist/recreational operators at this time. The FAQ also states that they hope to implement a process for businesses to register in the future. Relevant sections below:
This rule is only for non commercial recreational users at this time! Expect commercial regs in april
Why do you say April? Is that when you think Part 107 will come out?
Know someone working in the committee