Is This The End of Recreational Drones

Is This The End of Recreational Drones

February 8, 2020

Since the beginning of the year there has been so many things going on in the drone industry all headed by big corporations. Are these corporations guiding the decisions of the FAA to bring an end to the entire Part 107 and drone hobbyist?

Let me know what you thing in the comments.



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  1. TriggerHappy Me on June 29, 2020 at 7:28 am

    Sir, I am from the United Kingdon. I have been saying this for over 2 years now.

  2. OnlyFromAbove JP on June 29, 2020 at 7:29 am

    Doom on the FAA, (Fouled up Aviation for All) if Amazon delivers anything, it’ll be Skeet shooting – with Prizes..

  3. Krom1hell on June 29, 2020 at 7:31 am

    That shit ain’t going to happen :))…..
    Imagine 10000 drones in the air trying to fly over with pizza/icecream/toilet-paper/a flash drive……over people in cities :)) That ain’t going to happen, or it will and it will not be feasable after the first accidents :))
    This drone delivery shit is just a fad like the electric cars…….99% of the cars are still gas powered…… Nobody will want an icecream that costs 100 bucks, because the delivery costs 70$.
    I mean you have to be bat shit crazy to buy am M600 to deliver icecream and pizza and an Alta to deliver toilet paper/a laptop :))….. You won’t deliver them with an mavic drone ;).

  4. Ty Gipe on June 29, 2020 at 7:33 am

    I think you’re absolutely right!

  5. PD Tech on June 29, 2020 at 7:36 am

    They can try and stop us flying model aircraft, they can bring in whatever kind of legislation they like but I’m afraid they are deluded if they think people are going to just give up all their models and stop flying⚠️😯
    I like many others will still be flying my model aircraft, safely and responsibly 👍😎

  6. Gary Heckenliable on June 29, 2020 at 7:38 am

    Unfortunately I agree with you for the most part as far as the big corps taking over your right I already want to get rid of my three DJI drones and keep the few others and fly out in the desert where there are hardly any other people it certainly is a kick in the nuts to the small operators such as yourself and many others I have my 107 and still working nine to five and mainly fly for fun while following the rules and learning more so when I retire from my job I could earn a little money and have some fun but that seems to be a nightmare instead of a dream good luck to us all.

  7. LederbucK on June 29, 2020 at 7:38 am

    I would like to thank the FAA (SARCASM) for creating a very tense situation in my family. I don’t feel like I can stop flying as I use the relaxing relief of it to combat my illness along with my medications. My wife is concerned I will receive a fine so large that it will put our family in jeopardy of being put out on the street. I am a 100% Disabled Veteran and use my drones (PLURAL) as a release from the stress of PTSD and other problems! The FAA in my opinion might bring alot of families down this very same sad unwarranted road! I will blame the FAA if my family is torn apart over this!

  8. Matt Foley on June 29, 2020 at 7:44 am

    It’s only the end of recreational RC flying if you have a RID-compliant aircraft. I don’t, I won’t, and will be flying non-compliant RC drones to my hearts content… the FAA can go pound sand with this rubbish.

  9. DRONE NATION on June 29, 2020 at 7:51 am

    Yep yep It’s happening dill with it it’s a multi billion $$ industry believe that OLD MAN lol China & France are already doing delivery when your DRONE Cost 1000,00 PLUS DOLLARS DUDE umm I’m gonna make sum money with THAT INVESTMENT YOUR THE ONE WITH A @#$& Attitude GROW UP GET WITH THE TIMES OLD MAN

  10. Deckard Cain on June 29, 2020 at 7:54 am

    Amazon took a dimptruck full of cash to Washington and bought the sky. We are scrod. That’s the past-past tense of screwed, cause we were screwed as soon as the Big Money got involved.

  11. Draco Aerial on June 29, 2020 at 7:56 am

    Let me be the first to comment about the paint on my face. I had just finished painting the front of my house when I made the video.

  12. John Blythe on June 29, 2020 at 7:58 am

    All this has come about with the stupid fuckers messing about by Airports-as drones are easy to fly any other models "aircraft heli,s would have been crashed as they are much more difficult to fly !!! The real hobbyists join clubs or fly where it is safe and quiet "All so sad for the hobby"

  13. Kelin Ryan on June 29, 2020 at 8:01 am

    I totally agree the NPRM is way off base and needs amending to allow for recreational flying and small businesses. But sadly with advances in technology and interest from major corporations to use drones, there is going to have to be something to monitor all the drones and be able to coordinate air traffic. all these people talking about shooting down delivery drones are only making things worse. You can’t shoot a mail truck or ups truck without getting charged criminally. what makes you think shooting down a drone would be any different. Yes this is a very upsetting proposal from the FAA but we need to comment and protest legally and intelligently or we are shooting ourselves in the foot and nailing our own coffins shut if we act like children and act inappropriately.

  14. AwareWare on June 29, 2020 at 8:02 am

    I think that forcing kids that are only 12 or 14 years old to register their toy drone cameras is a direct violation of the age at which a person is considered to be legally competent, and I think that class-action lawsuits by concerned parents will force the governments to rewrite some of the new drone rules. In other words if I were to send up a simple box kite on a string with a small disposable camera to take photos of my garden, I would first need to register it with the government? wow. We have to register cameras? Does that not seem a bit like authoritarian suppression to you? What is even stranger is that you may also need a pilot’s license to use an underwater or submersible drone. Who made up these weird rules of regimentation I wonder? A good lawyer could maybe tear them to pieces. They have taken the field of aerial photography out of the realm of "modern art" and into the narrow marketplace of delivery drones for business people. I think many people like myself care to use drones only for art and they will not want to register or carry government credentials to take bird’s eye view photos, especially many youngsters with toy drones.

  15. PowerTuber 3.0 on June 29, 2020 at 8:02 am

    If I can’t fly a drone nobody can, any commercial drone in my airspace over my house will be shot out of the sky. 😉

  16. *HellRay* on June 29, 2020 at 8:04 am

    This is only gonna create rogue drone pilots.

  17. gunny grunt on June 29, 2020 at 8:04 am

    So if the FAA is going to end drone flying they need to start where they are made THE COMPANIES that make them. Why do they still sell them if they know that it’s all coming to an END? And why would they sell them to the everyday folks that want to learn about DRONE FLIGHT? Doesn’t seem right if they know it’s coming to an end now does it? WHOSE IN CAHOOTS with these companies?

  18. CJ Joseph on June 29, 2020 at 8:07 am

    This is so stupid and all because they want to capitalize off the “alleged” drone delivery’s. Nobody is going to be delivering anything flying drones over auto traffic. This is so fucking stupid

  19. B Maniac on June 29, 2020 at 8:08 am

    Hi, I totally agreed with you.
    Money will drive the future and they really don’t care about recreational drone flyers because we don’t generate that much money.
    The thing is that delivery drones will be bigger/heavier and will crash and create a lot of damages.
    It’s just a question of time before the gas realized that drone delivery is a big mistake.

  20. john Hubbard on June 29, 2020 at 8:12 am

    What I am curious about is what the hell do they plan on powering them with NUCLEAR FUSION ?
    I wouldn’t think that battery technology is good enough yet. Letem fly around NY city see how many nail those big ass skyscrapers.

  21. jpolhamus71 on June 29, 2020 at 8:14 am

    How are they gonna stop you from flying drones that don’t have the remote Id in them??

  22. Steve B on June 29, 2020 at 8:22 am

    With all the big player Lobbyists involved, your right, it doesn’t look good for recreational. I will not pay a monthly fee to be spied upon even more than we already are. This is China like totalitarian rule!

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