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- 1 The number of drones you can fly simultaneously.
- 400 feet The maximum height you can fly AGL or above a taller building within a 400-foot radius.
- 100 MPH/87 Knots Fastest you can fly.
- 0.55 lbs The lightest drone that must be registered.
- 55 lbs Heaviest legal drone (must be less than, not equal to, 55 lbs).
- 0.04 Maximum blood alcohol level.
- 8 hours The time that must pass since you have had alcohol.
- 10 days The maximum time you can take to file an FAA accident report.
- 30 days The time you have to notify the FAA if you move.
- 90 days The lead time required when requesting an FAA waiver.
- 1 year Time that must pass after a final narcotics conviction.
- 13 years old The youngest person who can register a drone.
- 24 months How long this certification is good for.
- 30 minutes The twilight time before sunrise or after sunset when you can still fly.
- 3 statute miles The distance your anti-collision lights must be visible from when flying during twilight. Also the minimum visibility you must have while flying.
- 500 feet Minimum number of feet below a cloud you must fly.
- 2,000 feet Minimum number of feet horizontally from a cloud you must fly.
- $500 The repair cost of accident damage that requires you to report an accident to the FAA
- Level 3 The “serious injury” AIS level that requires you to file an accident report.
- 122.9 The MULTICOM frequency for self-announce procedures.
- 2000 feet The distance you should operate from a tower to avoid hitting guy wires.
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