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  • Drone property highlights

  • Real estate drone work

  • Office building drone shots

  • Tourism videos & photos

  • Construction aerial shots

  • Social media drone videos

  • Warehouse aerial video

  • Drone city skylines

  • Landscapes aerial videos

  • Commercial drone pilots

  • TV Drone production

  • Licensed drone pilots

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  • Feature film drone work

  • TV drone work

  • Music video aerial shots

  • Short films aerial video

  • Documentary drone

  • Web series aerials

  • Movie trailer drone

  • Drone title sequences

  • Aerial drone cinematographer

  • Drone camera operator

  • drone gimbal operator

  • Movie drone pilot

  • Drone film production

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  • Sports aerial video

  • Convention drone shots

  • News drone video

  • Concert aerial work

  • Award shows drone work

  • Trade shows aerial video

  • Marathon drone pilots

  • Political convention drone Production

  • Wedding drone work

  • Golf event drone video

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“Drones aren’t hard to fly, they’re hard to fly safely and legally”

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Our drone pilots are Part 107

FAA certified

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Our aerial drone operations are insured

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Our 20-point safety checklist ensures safety

FAA DRONE RULES

Here is a quick list of some of the main drone rules for flying commercially in the United States

  • Drone Maximum speed of 100 MPH

  • Drone must weigh less than 55 LBS

  • Minimum weather visibility of 3 MILES

  • Aircraft requires PRE-FLIGHT INSPECTION by the remote pilot in command

  • Pilot must have Part 107 DRONE LICENSE or be under the direct supervision someone who does

  • MAXIMUM ALTITUDE OF 400 FEET or within 400 feet of a structure

  • Drone pilots May use VISUAL OBSERVER (VO) but not required

  • Pilot or assistant must be able to SEE the aircraft with your NAKED EYE

  • NEVER FLY OVER GROUPS of people, public events, or stadiums full of people

  • Small unmanned aircraft may NOT OPERATE OVER ANY PERSONS not directly participating in the operation, not under a covered structure, and not inside a covered stationary vehicle

  • NEVER FLY NEAR EMERGENCY response efforts such as wildfires

  • DAYLIGHT-ONLY operations (Within 30min of sunrise & Sunset)

  • Drones must YIELD RIGHT OF WAY to other aircraft

  • Drone pilot can only fly ONE DRONE AT A TIME

  • No operations from a MOVING VEHICLE unless the operation is over a sparsely populated area