FAA Part 107 Drone Company

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FAA Part 107 Drone Company

FAA Part 107 Pilot Certificate rating has never been more important. Established in 2013, Wild Rabbit Aerial Productions provides experienced and talented drone specialists for your creative project. We know that Part 107 regulations for small-unmanned aerial systems have recently evolved. There are new rules for drone pilots that you should familiarize yourself with.

Our team makes use of Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) technology to perform low altitude aerial cinematography for the entertainment industry. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is responsible for regulating all aspects of civil aviation in the United States. In June of 2016, FAA Part 107 Certificate Rating regulations were announced, affecting all commercial drone operators. As the demand for aerial video and drone cinematography continues to rise, it is more important than ever to ensure that your commercial drone operator is FAA Part 107 certified.

FAA Part 107 Certificate Rated Pilot: Everything You Need to Know

An FAA Part 107 drone operator may operate from morning Civil Twilight to evening Civil Twilight, which exists from approximately 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset. The maximum allowable altitude is 400 feet above ground level (AGL) and the maximum speed is 100 mph. You can learn more about FAA Part 107 Certificate ratings here.

An FAA Part 107 pilot must adhere to updated certification regulations in order to operate the controls of a small Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS). Operators must be at least 16 years old to qualify for a remote pilot certificate, which can be accomplished in several ways:

 

     Visiting an FAA-approved knowledge testing center and passing an aeronautical knowledge test.

     Those with a part 61 pilot certificate must have completed a flight review in the past 24 months and they must take a short UAS online training course provided by the FAA.

The Wild Rabbit team maintains both FAA Part 107 pilots as well as an FAA Section 333 Exemption. Our FAA Part 107 operators are approved for closed set filming and handles all FAA paperwork. Additionally, we carry our own aviation and general liability insurance. As a professional and established drone company, we know that it is important for your production to plan ahead. Click here to learn more about FAA drone filming regulations. The information will help to insure smooth permitting for your television show, motion picture, or music video.

To learn more about Wild Rabbit Aerial Productions and FAA Part 107 certificate rating, please call 323-577-3977 or visit our website.