Category Archives: Model Aircraft Rules

What Do I Do After I Crash My Drone?

If you crashed a drone, there are reporting requirements. Below we will discuss the reporting requirements you make to the FAA and the reporting requirements you make to the National Transportation Safety Board (“NTSB”) following a drone crash. 1. Quick Summary of Info You can contact the NTSB’s 24-hour Response Operations Center (ROC) at 844-373-9922… Read More »

How to Get a Drone License: Tips to Save Time & Money [2021]

Are you interested in obtaining your “drone license” so you can fly your drone and not get in trouble? Are you tired of reading articles written by people with little to no experience in aviation and just want to have an experienced professional tell you what to do? If so, you are in the right… Read More »

Ultimate Guide to Drone Laws [2021] Written by a Lawyer

Interested in drone laws? It can be a pain to try and figure out what is applicable. That is why I created this page! :) Where NOT to Look for Help With Drone Laws Here is a tip, stay away from Facebook or anyone else who is a newbie to aviation. They tend to waste… Read More »

Ultimate Drone Logbook Guide (Law, Reviews, etc.) [2021]

Do one of the following drone logbook statements accurate describe you? “What does the FAA want me to log? I don’t want to get in trouble.” “Where do I log it?” “Should I do paper or electronic?” “I’m confused with all the different terms.” If any of the above describe you, you are in the… Read More »

FAA Recreational Drone Laws

Are you interested in learning about the current U.S. recreational drone laws?  On May 17, 2019, the FAA started implementing Section 349 and 350 of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018. On May 31, 2019, the FAA published Advisory Circular 91-57B which cancelled AC 91-57A and brought everything up-to-date. You need to throw out what… Read More »