On Monday, August 29, the new FAA rule for integrating small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into the U.S. airspace went into effect. The rule applies to all UAS weighing less than 55 pounds (sUAS) that are flown for commercial (not hobby) purposes. Any farming use falls into the commercial-use category. Operators can continue to fly a sUAS for fun without permission from the FAA. All sUAS operators, however, must register their aircraft with FAA through a straightforward, online registration process. Registrants must be 13 years of age or older. The operator must label the aircraft with the official registration number generated during the registration process.
New Small UAS Rule Is In Effect
About Swier Law Firm's Agricultural Law Practice Group
Swier Law Firm's Agricultural Law Practice Group handles the following types of agricultural law issues:
- Crop Insurance Disputes
- Business Planning
- Clean Air Act
- Environmental Law
- Estate Planning
- Real Estate
- Water Law
- Preparing, Revising and Updating Farm Operation Governance and Compliance Materials, including Bylaws, Committee Charters, and Compliance Policies.
Take a look at our valuable agricultural law books and articles. Our materials are full of tips and advice. All materials are written by the law firm's nationally recognized agricultural law attorneys and provide detailed South Dakota-specific information designed to help anyone with agricultural law issues. You can request your free copy by clicking on the book cover below.
Post A Comment