The FAA has provided 6 month extension on compliance. If what you fly is more than 250 grams and has the broadcasting hardware, you should be broadcasting a signal.I'm still waiting for official info
You will not need and RID, even if the drone is over 250gms, if you fly at a FRIA.If what you fly is more than the 250 grams and it doesn’t have built in RID broadcasting hardware, you will need an external module. Post #11 is the cheapest one i‘ve seen. Recreational pilots only need one that can be moved to different aircraft as long as you have them listed with the FAA.
200.00 a pop is a bit to steep for my little wallet.
Not meaning to spilt hairs, but the compliance deadline remains September 16, 2023. It is only the enforcement which is being delayed until March 16, 2024, for those who are unable to comply. If you have no legitimate excuse for not complying (willful refusal), you can still be currently cited for noncompliance!The FAA has provided 6 month extension on compliance. If what you fly is more than 250 grams and has the broadcasting hardware, you should be broadcasting a signal.
If what you’re flying is not capable of broadcasting because of a firmware update delay, you have until March 16 2023 to receive and update that firmware. If what you’re flying does not have the hardware needed built in, and will not have broadcast ability via a firmware update, you need to acquire an external module.
Some information here.
Also go to the FAA website.
Yes, but your first statement was still inaccurate.Correct. That’s why I mentioned the FAA site for further info.