RPVaero Simplifies Drone Authorization Process as FAA Initiates COAs and FAA 333 Exemptions for RPV Use

In December 2015, the FAA initiated specific rules governing the use of unmanned aircraft. Registration for the vast majority of drone types has become mandatory and all use of unmanned aircraft in the commercial or government realm are now required to obtain a special Certificate of Authorization (COA) or a FAA 333 Exemption depending on its use. These applications are complex, lengthy, and time consuming to prepare.

The FAA is serious about the requirement to utilize COAs and FAA 333 exemptions for non-recreational flying and may impose fines of up to $250,000 and/or three years in prison.

RPVaero, LLC is a company that excels in all unmanned regulatory products that are now required by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration. Our goal is to support our clients' regulatory requirements so that they may legally operate their unmanned aircraft.

Source: http://www.rpvaero.com

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