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FAA Revised Advisory Circular 107-2A
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The FAA has updated and revised AC_107-2A. The updated document provides guidance for conducting small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operations in the National Airspace System (NAS) in accordance with Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 107. Changes from the previous version includes reference to Remote Identification: 5.17 Remote Identification of
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Aircraft Radios and UAV Operators
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While using an aircraft radio to monitor aircraft activity, the FAA strongly discourages unnecessary transmissions on aeronautical frequencies. You can listen, but you cannot transmit unless in an emergency A handheld radio must be licensed when not used from within an aircraft or under the license of an airport UNICOM radio. The one non-emergency use
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DON’T BE FOOLED by FAKE Registration Notices
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WARNING: FAKE registration “Renewal” Notice from National Aviation Center (NOT FAA Click to view full sizeGoogle it and you’ll see this: National Aviation Center is a fee-for-service business. The company makes no claim to be affiliated with the Federal Aviation Agency or any other government agency. This service provides quick processing and submission of pertinent
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