FAA Seeks Input from Commercial Drone Users

The Federal Aviation Administration is collecting information on commercial drone activities under its Part 107 rules.

On June 19, the FAA sent a questionnaire to everyone who has registered a commercial drone for anything but recreational or hobby use. Most of these owners fly their drones for commercial purposes, but the survey population also includes government departments and other users, the agency says.

The goal is to collect data that will help the FAA improve the services it delivers to the unmanned aircraft system (UAS) community. Responses to the questionnaire are voluntary and anonymous, and the survey will take about 10 minutes to complete, the FAA says.

The questions include areas such as number of drones registered, number and types of missions completed in 2017, primary locations where the operator flies, and types of waivers requested.

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