21 US Companies Can Fly UAS Commercially
Today, the FAA approved two new Section 333 petitions for exemption to Pravia LLC of Florida relating to crop inspection for a seed producer. This brings the total to 21 US companies and individuals now possessing FAA approval to fly UAS commercially, with several companies receiving several exemptions or amendments to their original grant of exemption.
Since January 23rd, the FAA approved the following Section 333 petitions for exemption:
- Burnz Eye View
- Shotover Camera Systems
- Slugwear- Likeonatree
- Aerial Team 5
- Total Safety US
- Helinet Aviation Services
- Alan Purwin
- Aerial MOB Amendment
- Pictorvision Amendment
Again, just as with previous Section 333 exemptions, the FAA continues to require that the Pilot in Command (PIC) possesses at least a private pilot certificate and a current third-class medical certificate.
If your company would like assistance filing its own Section 333 petition to fly UAS commercially, contact firm principal Jeffrey Antonelli at 312-201-8310 or fill out the contact form below and we will contact you. In addition to the iCam Copters LLC and Owlcam LLC petitions recently filed by Antonelli Law, to see the original petition Antonelli Law filed for Nixon Engineering see our previous post here.