Category: pilot license

Join Me at EAA Oshkosh – Discuss FAA Part 107 & Drones (UAS)

I am very pleased to be speaking at this year’s Oshkosh Airventure 2016 on Tuesday July 26th on FAA Drone Policy Part 107 – the new commercial drone regulations for Part 61 and non Part 61 pilots. While the schedule is changing I am expected to participate in several other related panels

How to Become a Part 107 Pilot – Practical Advice

The FAA is getting better dealing with commercial drones. The new Part 107 commercial regulations for small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), also known as drones, creates a new pilot certificate that does away with the traditional flight school requirement. Part 107 becomes effective on August 29, 2016. You no longer need to

How to Evaluate a Drone Law Attorney in 5 Easy Steps *

How to Evaluate a Drone Law Attorney in 5 Easy Steps* By Jeffrey Antonelli, Antonelli Law I was recently given some free advice from someone who works with a legacy international company that is a household word. He is also a serial entrepreneur and he gave me some unsolicited, helpful advice. He

Drone Democracy Improves With N Number Registration, Lower Price

Antonelli Law is proud to announce its Drone Democracy program now includes one FAA N number registration and a lower Section 333 legal fee of $1,500 for simple uses like residential real estate,  home and roof inspections, and nature photography with certain drones already approved by the FAA like the DJI Phantom