Wild Rabbit Drone Pilots Earn Crucial FAA Part 107 Certification

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Los Angeles Drone Filming Company Obtains Critical FAA Certification for All Drone Operators

FAA Part 107 certification for drone pilots

Part 107 regulations enable drone operators and their clients to fly creatively in geographical areas never before accessible

Part 107 regulations enable drone operators and their clients to fly creatively in geographical areas never before accessible. In addition, Part 107 lifts regulatory burdens off our shoulders and greatly lowers production costs.

Wild Rabbit Aerial Productions is proud to announce that they are one of the few “Closed Set Filming” drone companies in the Greater Los Angeles area that is both FAA 333 Exempt and Part 107 compliant! Recently, the Federal Aviation Administration announced that as of today, all Part 107 operators of small-unmanned aircrafts must submit to new pilot and aircraft operating requirements.

Dave Radin, Wild Rabbit’s Managing Director, believes that the recent advent of Part 107 regulations is “a giant win for the film, television, commercial and music video industries.” Previously, the FAA’s stringent guidelines for commercial drone filming were highly restrictive. Now “Part 107 regulations enable drone operators and their clients to fly creatively in geographical areas never before accessible. In addition, Part 107 lifts regulatory burdens off our shoulders and greatly lowers production costs.”

The new Small UAS Rule (Part 107) requires certified drone pilots to obtain a new “Remote Pilot Certificate.” As a Part 107 pilot, there are modified operating rules across the United States:

  • FAA Part 107 Certified Pilots no longer need private property consent within 500’ of the drone flight.
  • FAA Part 107 Certified Pilots no longer require an onerous 500’ safety perimeter and traffic control.
  • FAA Part 107 Certified Pilots may operate closer to many airports than previously allowed.
  • FAA Part 107 Certified Pilots no longer need to file a “Plan of Activities” (POA) with the FAA.

Established in 2013, Wild Rabbit Aerial Productions provides experienced and talented drone specialists for your creative project. Their innovative team works with industry leading drone pilots, technicians and camera operators who are dedicated to executing your creative vision. Wild Rabbit Aerial Productions makes use of advanced UAV technology for low altitude aerial cinematography. They have worked with entertainment superstars like Rihanna (“Sledgehammer” music video for Star Trek Beyond) and Iggy Azalea (“TEAM”) as well as internationally recognized brands such as LEXUS, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Jeep, Tecate and Moet & Chandon.

As a fully insured, 333 Exempt drone filming company, Wild Rabbit is one of the few “Closed Set Filming” drone companies to have FAA Part 107 certified pilots as well. Their FAA Part 107 operators are approved for close set filming and handle all of your productions FAA paperwork. As the demand for aerial video and drone cinematography continues to rise, it is more important than ever to ensure that your commercial drone operator is FAA Part 107 certified. Wild Rabbit Aerial Productions is committed to using uav technology to break the boundaries of conventional cinematography.

If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Dave Radin, please email Dave at dave(at)wildrabbitproductions(dot)com

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