Flying a Drone Legally in the USA
It may seem intimidating, but you’ll be fine. Only at EXO do we walk you through everything. Let’s break it down.
NOTE: Flying in a manner that is not fully compliant with all FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) drone regulations will void your drone’s manufacturer warranty.
First, determine if you fall under the category of a Recreational Drone Pilot or a Commercial Drone Pilot.
Now that we know which type of Drone Operator you are, here is everything you need to do.
Now, depending on what type of pilot you are, follow the steps listed below:
This is not a complete list of regulations, NOR is it legal advice. For more information, visit faa.gov/uas. It is your responsibility to comply with all drone rules & regulations. The information contained in this pamphlet is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject matter. You should not act or refrain from acting on the basis of any content included in this pamphlet without seeking legal or other professional advice. The contents of this pamphlet contain general information and may not reflect current legal developments or address your situation. EXO Drones disclaims all liability for actions you take or fail to take based on any content on this pamphlet.
(If you are outside of the USA, please research your local regulations)