Category Archives: Government Drone Operations (Public COA)

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 »

Section 44807 Exemption vs. Part 107 vs. Public COA vs. Blanket Public COA

A common issue many people face is comparing the Section 44807 exemption vs. Part 107. On top of that, depending on if you are recreational or government, this throws extra additional problems into the mix. There are so many choices and making the wrong choice does have consequences in that your operations could be unnecessarily… Read More »

Drone Law for Drone Training Educators, K-12 Schools, & Universities.

This article is written to help drone training educators and schools who offer drone training courses to understand the legal issues surrounding drones. Why? We need drones in the schools to promote STEM education.  If you are an educator or school needing material, I have created a dedicated drone education resource page where I will… Read More »

FAA’s LAANC System-(Low Altitude Authorization & Notification Capability)

“[T]he FAA is seeking to implement the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) system. Using the LAANC system, the FAA will be able to grant near-real-time authorizations for the vast majority of operations. Implementation of the LAANC system is vital to the safety of the National Airspace System because it would (1) encourage compliance… Read More »