Comparison: Recreational vs Commercial Drone Flying | What You Need To Know

Comparison: Recreational vs Commercial Drone Flying | What You Need To Know

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-Not sure if you need a commercial license?
-We review the differences between recreational flying and commercial flying.
-We talk about when you should start thinking about getting a commercial drone license.

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-We offer training services for all DJI platforms including the DJI M200, Inspire, Mavic, and Phantom series.
-We offer drone-introduction classes, advanced drone flying, commercial drone applications classes, cell tower inspections with drones, and precision agriculture using drones -such as golf course management.
-If you are ready to take your drone capability to the next level, visit our website today!
**Steel City Drones Flight Academy offers complete drone training services anywhere in the United States.
-We offer training services for all DJI platforms including the DJI M200, Inspire, Mavic, and Phantom series.
-We offer drone-introduction classes, advanced drone flying, commercial drone applications classes, cell tower inspections with drones, and precision agriculture using drones -such as golf course management.
-If you are ready to take your drone capability to the next level, visit our website today!
Visit: https://www.SteelCityFlightAcademy.com

2 Comments

  1. Chris Hessey on July 14, 2022 at 8:10 pm

    I don’t get it that you can’t take pics of a church and put it on a wab site. That has nothing to with safety or flying.

  2. Pat King on July 14, 2022 at 8:34 pm

    Thanks, this is great info. I’m a beginning drone pilot who just got my drone registration & TRUST certificate and is currently studying for the Part 107. I live near a hospital and small airport. My question is if I contact both hospital & airport about permission to fly for recreational purposes only, do I have to get permission from both to fly? In other words, if the hospital says yes but the airport says no…am I grounded and can’t fly? On the flip side, can I fly closer to the hospital that gave me permission which is further away from the airport that denied me?

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