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  1. AZflyer83

    Flying local event opportunity

    Hi everyone I did search through to find some feedback before posting this but not sure if I just looked up the wrong terms. Anyways ive been given a trail run unique opportunity to fly at my local small oval racetrack by the photo team there as they dont have drones of their own. Now im...
  2. J

    Canadian regulations coming.

    Hi I'm new to drones and just purchased a Q500. Just read about the coming Canadian drone regulations. I realize drones need regulating but it seems a little extreme to me. Any thoughts?
  3. Flying-Potato

    Canada and its 16th of March 2017 Regs for Recreational Users

    I know most of the pilots here are not based in Canada but I have to share this with you guys. Please keep in mind that most of the major Canadian cities are very highly packed to the border of the USA, and in some regions such as the city of Vancouver British Columbia it is restrictive by its...
  4. Breizhdrone

    Fly a drone in France, regulations and interactive aero map

    Hello, You are foreigner and you want to fly a drone in France for recreation purposes or as professional. The French authorities for aerial transports (DGAC) propose a summary of the ten rules in English to use a drone for recreation purposes in France. I present in English the 10 rules, the...
  5. Chris McMillan

    Buying your "H" from overseas?

    As I looked at buying overseas myself, this is what I found about UAV's. It seems when units are imported they are checked for regulatory compliance in the country in which they are sold. For example, in the US it's the FAA regulations they have to comply with. They generally have a sticker on...
  6. Chris McMillan

    Drone regulations vs Performance claims

    I'm confused. I admit to being a newbie, but still.... While patiently awaiting the Typhoon H, I'm checking claims and counter claims of both DJI & Yuneec. On the one hand I've read the maximum distance you can legally fly is "line of sight", which I assume means you have to have the aircraft in...
  7. clackey

    California governor vetoes drone bill

    This is great news.... SAN FRANCISCO — California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed legislation Wednesday that would have restricted the flying of drones lower than 350 feet over private property without the owner's permission. While drone technology raises novel issues, Brown said in his veto message...