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Is YouTube breaking FAA Law? - KEN HERON

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Ken suddenly realized that under current FAA law, YouTube could be the biggest violator of Part 107 regulations. What do YOU think?

Can companies get into trouble by hiring a Non-Licensed drone pilot?

The short answer is, YES.

Federal law prohibits anyone from flying drones for compensation unless they hold a valid FAA Remote Pilot license. If your photographer is providing "aerial" images for you and a drone is being used, make sure he or she is licensed. It's very easy to check their license status. Click the FAA link below and enter the pilot's Last name, First Name, state and or "Country".

If the pilot has a drone license, you'll see a document indicating that they hold a current FAA issued UAS license. Fines for the unlicensed pilot and the person hiring the pilot can be quite substantial. The fine is $1,100 per occurrence/flight where imagery is used commercially. More importantly perhaps, the fine for a company who contracts an unlicensed pilot is $11,000. Of course, if you’re a real estate agent who bought a drone and took the photos or video yourself, you will be liable for both fines. If your photographer's name doesn't show up in the database, you may want to question your photographer about his or her FAA remote pilot's license.

https://amsrvs.registry.faa.gov/airmeninquiry/


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Ken Heron is a holder of an FAA Part 107 Certificate
This flight complies with the rules set forth by the FAA
for UAV flights within The United States.
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