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  1. Brian Mackey

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    Here is the response from the FAA -

    so I guess i did it right
     

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  2. BobW55

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    Brian,
    Did they send you a registration number to place on your H, or did you already have one?
     
  3. Dragonflyerthom

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    As long as you are a hobbyist you only need one registration number. It's only if you are going to use it under 107 that each drone will need to have its individual number.
     
  4. ricmitch

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    I was able to download the certificate after registering. It had my details and the number included.
     
  5. Brian Mackey

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    Right and I got my 107 so I went to see if I need to re-register I did so, and then was told I didn't need to so I thought I wasted 10 bucks, but I emailed the Faa about (hoping for a refund LOL) and they responded with yes you need to re-register so I was posting their response
     
  6. Brian Mackey

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    See response below/above lol I already had the one for hobby -- But after I got the 107 I logged back in and it gives you two choices hobby or commercial so I already had the hobby but now I had to register for commercial use and that s 5 bucks a bird and a separate number per bird.
     
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  7. Dragonflyerthom

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    LOL Brian you just gave them an extra 10 bucks
     
  8. Brian Mackey

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    That's what I thought until I got their email :)
     
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    The text of part 107 states that either registration method is legitimate for 107 operations. Apparently there's some question about that at the FAA level.


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  10. Brian Mackey

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    Well I'm covered now either way LOL
     
  11. PatR

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    So true. I actually kind of prefer an N number but I don't want to have a fleet of tail numbers to keep track of with different registration dates.


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