Four Antonelli Law Clients Received Nighttime Part 107 Waivers Today!
Today, the first day that federal commercial drone regulations referred to as Part 107 became effective, four of Antonelli Law’s UAS clients received permission to fly during nighttime in Class G airspace.
Our clients who received nighttime waivers under Part 107:
All four clients had previously submitted Section 333 petitions to fly pursuant to the the 2012 FAA Reauthorization Act and requested permission to fly during nighttime.
Under Part 107, a number of drone (UAS) operations are prohibited unless a 107 Waiver is obtained. They are found in Section 107.205:
107.25 – Operation from a moving vehicle or aircraft. However, no waiver of this provision will be issued to allow the carriage of property of another by aircraft for compensation or hire.
107.29 – Daylight operation.
107.31 – Visual line of sight aircraft operation. However, no waiver of this provision will be issued to allow the carriage of property of another by aircraft for compensation or hire.
107.33 – Visual observer.
107.35 – Operation of multiple small unmanned aircraft systems.107.37(a) – Yielding the right of way.
107.39 – Operation over people.
107.41 – Operation in certain airspace.
107.51 – Operating limitations for small unmanned aircraft.