How To Get Airspace Authorization
As you may already know, the drone industry is experiencing rapid growth. Because drones are so versatile and beneficial for many industries, they are a great tool for making money. In fact, drone businesses have the potential to make you a 6-figure income. Not bad, huh?
Once you pass the FAA’s knowledge exam and get your Part 107 license, you’re all set to start making money with your drone!
You’re excited to get out there and start flying…
You run into a problem. You realize that you need authorization to fly your drone in certain areas.
Sure, when you were studying for the Part 107 Exam, you learned a little bit about which classes of airspace are controlled and require authorization, but you probably still have some questions.
How do you actually get authorization to fly in controlled airspace?
Is there a way to get authorization to fly right away?
What if I need to get authorization to fly near an airport?
What if I need to get authorization to fly at night?
What if I need to get long-term authorization?
If you’ve asked yourself any of these questions, you’re not alone. Many drone pilots have these same exact questions.
And unfortunately, it can sometimes be difficult to find the straight-forward answers you need. It’s important to get accurate information about these questions so that you can be sure you’re following all of the FAA’s rules and regulations for drone flight.
So where can you get the answers you need so you can get the proper authorization to fly in restricted airspace?
The How to Get Airspace Authorization course will teach you exactly how to request authorization to fly your drone near airports, at night, and for extended periods of time.
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