Looking to buy a drone this holiday? These are the FAA operating rules, regulations | Fox Business

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is encouraging pilots to follow the FAA Drone Zone social media channels for the next 12 days to learn how to fly a drone correctly. The “12 Days of Drones” educational campaign of the organization begins on December 1. The organization will release thorough details about owning a drone, from correctly registering it to test procedures for leisure fliers to airspace limits, over the course of the next 12 days. The content will be shared on Twitter and Facebook, with each day devoted to a different theme. The agency did, however, release a new video on its YouTube page that summarizes the rules and restrictions for operating a drone. Pilots are instructed to register their drones online at faadronezone.faa.gov in the video. Drone registration costs $5 and is valid for three years. The FAA-issued registration number must be displayed on the outside of the drone once it has been registered, according to the video. 

Source: https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/drone-faa-flying-rules 

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