Fines

Tourist fined $20K for out-of-control drone that landed at airport in Las Vegas

  Burciaga’s drone flew more than two miles at an altitude just above 450 feet. It landed just feet away from an active runway at McCarran International Airport. McCarran workers found the drone and it was handed over to Las Vegas police. The FAA then launched an investigation. They traced the drone back to Burciaga […]

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P4P

Hiring a hobbyist? You might be committing a federal crime.

If someone willingly hires someone to fly a drone who they know is not licensed to operate a drone commercially, could they found legally liable for operating a drone commercially without holding an FAA Remote Pilot Certificate? The answer is a qualified yes, and it’s a federal crime punishable by a fine of up to

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