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One flight could cost me $6000… Eeek

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  1. They let you take it at home in CAN? USA has to go to an FAA testing center (usually an airport) and there is a test proctor that sits in the room and watches over you (no notes/cheating, not saying you did) but dang CANADA! Make it any easier?

  2. I wish we could also study and "simply" fill out a form to be able to fly drones legally in our country 🙁
    I'm super pumped for you, you are mega lucky 🙂

    Even if we here in Luxembourg would be a registered drone pilot (which is pretty much the same exam as a small aircraft Cessna plain thing), we would have to ask for a take-off permission EVERY TIME THE DRONE LEAVES THE GROUND. You have to fill out a form, EVERY TIME, and wait approximately 2-3 weeks to get the signed authorization… BUT, you are still not allowed to fly above 150m, fly over people, animals, roads, railroads and you have to have the signed permission of every private property you fly over! Ridiculous, and also impossible. Oh, I forgot. You also have to define an exact take-off and landing spot that is a 5x5m square free space that has to be marked as such. Can you imagine doing all those things just to fly your drone for 20 minutes to get that 20 second sequence in your Youtube video? Really frustrating.

    Still, I am really happy to see you fly again, I missed your drone shots.

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