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Drone registration and how to register your drone in 2021

FAA drone registration and how to register your drone in 2021

In this video, I, Greg Reverdiau from the Pilot Institute, walk you through registering your drone for both recreational use and commercial use. The video also covers the scams to watch out for and what your FAA drone registration covers. I also cover finding your drone’s serial number, Remote ID, and how long your drone’s registration is valid.

FAA drone registration and how to register your drone in 2021

DroneZone Invalid Serial Number

You may get an “Invalid Serial number” error if you check “YES” to your aircraft having remote ID. At this time (July 2021) there are no accepted Remote ID DOC/MOC. To solve this issue check the “No” box and continue your registration.

You can watch the video about the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) drone registration and how to register your drone in 2021 below.

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 01:04 Recreational registration Requirements
  • 02:14 Part 107 Registration Requirements
  • 02:41 Where to register your drone
  • 03:27 Where to find your serial number
  • 04:17 DJI Fly app
  • 05:01 DJI Go4 app
  • 05:39 Autel Explorer app
  • 06:20 Step by step registration
  • 09:28 Where is my registration number?
  • 10:27 Where do I display my registration number?
  • 11:02 Registration Q&A

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