Part 107 Pricing Structure

New operators want to be assured they are operating within the confines of the statute and will not be fined or subject to criminal penalty for improper operation.  Additionally, new operators want to make sure any submissions to the FAA will be processed expeditiously and not be rejected for lack of supporting evidence and proper documentation.  

Our legal team at UAVSA has studied the statute carefully with the goal of understanding the impact on the drone operator. We will assure all applicants and future operators that all documents submitted to the FAA will be professionally drafted, inclusive of everything needed inclusive of all evidence required to successfully acquire the legal authority to operate a drone commercially.  
Below, UAVSA has set out a new pricing structure incorporating the changes imposed by Part 107.  If you have any questions please contact us. 


Tier 1

UAVSA will review your application to assess whether it falls within the framework of Part 107.  If it falls within 107 UAVSA will issue a certification. With this certification your requested operation may be conducted entirely under part 107 without a waiver or exemption

If it falls within Part 107 UAVSA will issue a certification identifying the factors qualifying the application under 107

$100-$150 depending on the complexity of the intended operation.


Tier 2

UAVSA will review your application to assess whether it falls within the framework of Part 107.  If it doesn’t fall within 107 UAVSA will advise that a Certificate of Waiver is necessary under Part 107 

If your application doesn’t fall within Part 107 UAVSA will draft a Certificate of Waiver identifying the specific areas from which the applicant is requesting a certificate of waiver from Part 107

$250-$450 depending on the complexity of the Certificate of Waiver. (this will depend on the evidence needed to show the Administrator finds that the proposed operation can safely be conducted under the terms of that certificate of waiver

 


UAVSA will review your application to assess whether it falls within the framework of Part 107.  If it doesn’t fall under 107 and cannot be accomplished with a Certificate of Waiver UAVSA will advise that further regulatory relief is necessary. (e.g. UAV over 55 lbs; Flight ceiling breach; speed, etc.)

If your application doesn’t fall within Part 107 and cannot be accomplished with a Certificate of Waiver UAVSA will investigate the necessary regulatory needed and prepare the necessary documents for submission and will interface with the FAA to complete the submission process. 

$500-tbd; Depending on the complexity of the regulatory relief required. 

Tier 3

 

 


COA FEES FOR PRIVATE OPERATION

$500-TBD:  Depending on the complexity of the COA

Municipalities including universities will still be required to Utilize the COA process for all private operations: (“private operations are those conducted not for commercial use.”)

 

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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