Commercial Drone Pilot Flight Training.

http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com – Commercial Drone Pilot Flight Training. Dan Johnson talks to Roy Beisswenger of Powered Sport Flying Magazine about his latest publication which is being used by commercial drone operators to obtain the necessary licensing for them to operate drones for commercial use.

The FAA has recently made it mandatory for operators of commercial drones, those being used for photography, videography etc. to have at minimum a Sport Pilot License to operate a drone commercially in the U.S.

The quickest and easiest way to do this is using a Powered Parachute, and according to Roy can be accomplished in as little as twelve days.

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1 Comment

  1. General Ripper1964 on October 4, 2020 at 12:21 pm

    An EAA chapter member I talked to is not happy with powered parachutes especially when it comes to flying in high winds.

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