Night-Ops Waiver Creation & Training Bundle

Do you need to fly your drone at night? Flying your drone later than 30 minutes after sunset requires an FAA Daylight Waiver Part 107.29. Like a contract between you and the FAA, these waivers lay out the specific provisions you must follow when flying at night. These typically include the use of a Visual Observer (VO), anti-collision lighting, and ensuring that all flight crew members receive training on the FAA’s standard night operations curriculum.

DroneUp has mastered the waiver process and will work with the FAA on your behalf to empower you to fly at night safely and legally. We will then train a Pilot in Command (PIC) & VO team so that you are ready to take-off once the waiver is approved.

WHO? WHAT? WHY? WHERE? WHEN? HOW?

Why do you need a Daylight Operations Part 107.29 Waiver? 

It is illegal to fly at night unless you receive an FAA 107.29 waiver. 

Who would benefit from a Part 107.29 Waiver to fly at night?

Any organization that has a need to fly at night. These include, but are not limited to Events companies capturing media of large public events; Public Safety agencies providing overwatch for public events, or performing SAR operations; Facilities Management property assessments and any other company or agency that foresees the need to fly at night.

How do I get a Part 107.29 waiver to fly at night?

The Part 107.29 Daylight Operations Waiver’s are among the most scrutinized by the FAA. Each waiver application is processed manually, and the approval standards are not made public. DroneUp works with the FAA on your behalf to ensure your waiver is approved in a timely manner, and without unnecessary restrictions.

Once you’re approved, the FAA will require continuing effort on your part to comply with your waiver. We brief you on your approval and walk you through implementation.  

What does the Night-Ops Waiver Creation & Webinar Bundle offer your team?

DroneUp will produce your night operations documentation customized to meet the needs of your operations. 

Daylight Operations (107.29) Waiver Safety Explanation – This is our case to the FAA about why your intended operations at night are safe. The waiver safety explanation is a detailed explanation to the FAA of the mitigating technology and procedures that will be used, along with the rationale behind adopting certain specifications, operating procedures, training, and the like for ensuring flight safety when flying your UAS at night.

DroneUp works with the FAA on your behalf – On occasion, the FAA may respond with questions or requests for clarification in certain areas of the waiver application. DroneUp works with the FAA on your behalf to ensure your waiver is approved in a timely manner and without unnecessary restrictions. 

DroneUp briefs you on your approval and walks you through implementation  – Once you’re approved, the FAA will require continuing effort on your part to comply with your night operations waiver. DroneUp will walk you through your approval to ensure you’re able to safely and successfully implement your operations at night. 

When Can I Schedule the Night-Ops Waiver Creation & Webinar Bundle For My Team?

We will customize this course to fit your needs and schedule.

Cost:

Night-Ops Waiver Creation & Webinar Training Bundle:
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Includes training for a Pilot in Command (PIC) and Visual Observer (VO).

Night-Ops Webinar Training Only:
$149/additional attendee

You need to train a minimum of 1 team, the PIC, and VO. Please inquire about adding additional people to the training.

We will customize this course to fit your needs and schedule.

 

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