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The FAA's new drone rules are effective for Part 107.  You may not fly your UAS/Drone for commercial purpose without a Part 107 or 333 Exemption. If you would like to use your UAS/Drone for a commercial purpose, the UAVSA team is here to assist you.

UAVSA’s offers multiple services program to assist you with Part 107 or a 333 Exemption. The process for applying and filing for a 333 Exemption can be complicated and laborious, UAVSA provides to its members a 333 application service assistance program to get the hard work done efficiently and affordably.

What is a commercial use of UAS/Drone?

Any commercial use in connection with a business, including:

  • Selling videos or photos taken from a UAS/Drone
  • Using UAS/Drone to provide contract services, such as industrial equipment or infrastructure inspection
  • Using UAS/Drone to provide professional services, such as photography or cinematography 

What are some examples of commercial uses of UAS?

  • Professional real estate photography
  • Professional cinematography for a film or television production
  • Providing contract services for land surveys

Part 107 Information and Resources

Find a FAA Airman Knowledge Testing Center Near You

Summary of small unmanned aircraft rule, Part 107

Impact of Part 107 on 333 Exemption Applicants

Need an FAA Airmen Certification? Here are the facts.

To fly a drone commercially, you need to become a "Remote Pilot In Command"

FAA IACRA System

Online training course "Part 107 small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) ALC-451" available at

FAA Official Testing Page

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