TIPS AND RESOURCES
+ If you want to operate a drone at night, over people, out of the line of sight, near airports, or above 400 feet, you must apply for a waiver. The FAA, Federal Aviation Administration recommends submitting the form, which is available online, 90 days before the flight date. Most rejections are due to incomplete applications.
+ B4UFLY smartphone app
Free FAA download for iOS and Android smartphones that flag requirements and/or restrictions where you want to operate a drone.
Information and guidance to fly safely and responsibly.
Beginning October 1, 2020, you will need a Star Card, U.S. Passport, military identification (ID), or some other form of federally accepted ID to board a commercial flight or access a federal building.
If you want a Star Card, don’t wait until the last minute! Get your documents together and go to your local Driver’s License office today.
The requirements are different than getting a license or ID without a Star. Use the ADD the Star tool to get a personalized list of the documents you will need.