If you were one of the few who actually registered your drone with the FAA, you can get your money back after the FAA rolled back its restrictions on drone pilots.
Of course, if you WERE one of the few that actually registered their drones, maybe you don’t deserve that refund. Your willingness to comply so easily with unjust laws makes me wonder if you should be trusted with money at all.
Casual drone fliers will have an extra $5 to spend after the Federal Aviation Administration announced it would refund the fee recreational drone pilots paid with the required registration of their aircraft.
This comes after a federal appeals court ruled in May that these pilots no longer have to register with the FAA. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit struck down the FAA rule that required recreational drone users to register their aircraft.
In response, the FAA updated the drone registration page on its website, www.faa.gov, last week letting pilots who registered their drone and operate it for recreational purposes know that they are eligible to get back their $5 registration fee and can get their registration information deleted from the administration’s records.
The Federal Aviation Administration updated the drone registration page on its website last week, letting pilots know that if they have registered their drone and operate it for recreational purposes only, they are eligible to receive the refund of their $5 registration fee and can get their registr…