$15 ??Do I have to register with Federal Aviation Administration in USA before I fly outdoors? And I have to pay 15 $ for it ?
Just to be clear, registering with the FAA is only required for US citizens or foreign nationals who want to fly in US airspace.
So in registering my P3P do I need to do the
paper (N-number) registration process since its over .55lb? Or can I just do the regular registration listed on their site? Thanks in advance, little confused here.
Any commercial bird weighing less than 55 lbs has to be registered. Over 55 requires a special waiver. You can register your sUAS commercially at the same site and get an 'FA' type registration number for the bird. Either that # or a N# are both 'legal' for a bird being used commercially. And either only cost $5.