You Need to Fight This Summer – Or Its All Over.

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FAA Reauthorization Bills Don’t Prevent Death From a Thousand Local Drone Laws Today, my law firm Antonelli Law defended someone facing a ticket from a major city’s drone ordinance. If found guilty, the Part 107 operator faced thousand of dollars of potential fines as well as time in jail. Today’s outcome, a subject for a … Continue reading You Need to Fight This Summer – Or Its All Over.

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Drone Regulations in 2017 – Will Growth of the U.S. Commercial Drone Industry be Collateral Damage of the Trump Surprise?

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Part Four in a Series on Federal Preemption – Mark Del Bianco, Special Counsel to Antonelli Law Prognosticators and pundits in Washington and far outside the Beltway are trying to read the (admittedly very skimpy) tea leaves and figure out what the unanticipated Trump victory means for [fill in the industry, country or policy area … Continue reading Drone Regulations in 2017 – Will Growth of the U.S. Commercial Drone Industry be Collateral Damage of the Trump Surprise?

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How to Get a Beyond Line of Sight (BLOS) FAA Part 107 Waiver

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In our first post of 2017, we would like to talk about Beyond Line of Sight (BLOS) FAA Part 107 waivers – What are the steps to getting one, and How much does it cost to obtain professional help in applying for one? As it now stands, the process for obtaining a BLOS waiver from … Continue reading How to Get a Beyond Line of Sight (BLOS) FAA Part 107 Waiver

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FAA Now Allows Class C Part 107 Airspace Authorizations

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On October 31st, the FAA began accepting applications from Part 107 commercial drone operators who want to fly in Class C Airspace. What’s Class C? Think John Wayne Airport in Orange County, CA or Midway Airport in Chicago, rather than LAX or O’Hare which are both Class B. There are more than 120 Class C … Continue reading FAA Now Allows Class C Part 107 Airspace Authorizations

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Four Antonelli Law Clients Received Nighttime Part 107 Waivers Today!

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Four Antonelli Law Clients Received Nighttime Part 107 Waivers Today! Today, the first day that federal commercial drone regulations referred to as Part 107 became effective, four of Antonelli Law’s UAS clients received permission to fly during nighttime in Class G airspace. All four clients had previously submitted Section 333 petitions to fly pursuant to … Continue reading Four Antonelli Law Clients Received Nighttime Part 107 Waivers Today!

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