That's some great advice Mr. Taco Wrangler. Perhaps preparing a PDF doc they can send out to the participants this week would be the best way to do this.
I have a pretty good amount of flying experience and can handle the craft pretty well, so I'm not too concerned with the part (provided the...
So I've gained a pretty good following on Instagram ( Guide to The West Coast (@imgrado.photography) • Instagram photos and videos ) here in the San Diego area and the organizers of the Outrigger Kayak Race reached out to me to ask if I would be interested in doing some photography...
Then the definition of commercial work needs to be changed. Because right now, I'm not even allowed to sell photos I take above my back yard.
You have your opinion, and I have mine.
It's a tech business. Not a restaurant. It costs me $500 to start my business. That's dirt cheap to me. Especially when you have everything you need to make money with it in place, and you just need a piece of paper from the government. Not sure how anyone is ok with the costs right now. Absurd.
I just don't get it. That Sport Pilot license is like $4,000 isn't it? It would take so long to make that back with a business, especially once you're already down $1600 from the drone purchase. These guys have really mashandled the entire drone thing (I'm sure that's been said 1,000 times).
So for anyone that's done the 333, I have a few questions if you don't mind:
1. How long does it take to fill everything out and to get a reply?
2. Do you still need some form of a pilot license to fly commercially?
3. Have any of you been denied?