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Offline Doug Pilcher  
#1 Posted : Monday, March 20, 2017 1:33:19 PM(UTC)
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Got this guys connection from Dan Powell. Ordered 10 for myself. Quite Nice!!
$7.50 to the door for 10 of them.

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2017-03-20 11.25.05.jpg (736kb) downloaded 2 time(s).

Thought I would pass along here.
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Offline Adi Kochav  
#2 Posted : Monday, March 20, 2017 3:26:19 PM(UTC)
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Hi Doug

I have a plane in the US that I want to fly on the 2017 NATs do I need to register her ?
How should I do it ?

Cheers
Offline Doug Pilcher  
#3 Posted : Monday, March 20, 2017 3:51:53 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Adi Kochav Go to Quoted Post
Hi Doug

I have a plane in the US that I want to fly on the 2017 NATs do I need to register her ?
How should I do it ?

Cheers

Adi,

Things have changed fast and furiously since summer of 14 when this all started. I am digging now to find out where a non-US resident would register. PER AMA though they are not enforcing any regulation or responsibility to the events or event locations to enforce this rule. Though still recommend on their site to register.
https://registermyuas.faa.gov/ is where you would register for a US Citizen, but I am looking for non-US link currently.

Here is what I have found so far.

I'm a foreign national and want to fly my UAS in the U.S. on vacation. Do I have to register before flying?
If you are a foreign national and you are not eligible to register your sUAS in the United States there are two ways for you to operate. If you want to operate your UAS exclusively as model aircraft you must complete the steps in the web-based registration process and obtain a "recognition of ownership." This recognition of ownership is required by the Department of Transportation to operate a model aircraft in the United States. Alternatively, if you want to operate your UAS as a non-model aircraft you must register your UAS in the country in which you are eligible to register and obtain operating authority from the Department of Transportation.

NOTE: at this time, the FAA's online registration website can only be accessed from a computer located in the United States or its territories or possessions.

Gonna do some more digging though.

Doug Pilcher
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Offline Jenni Alderman  
#4 Posted : Tuesday, March 21, 2017 8:42:41 AM(UTC)
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Hey Adi,

This might answer some of your questions:
http://www.modelaircraft...boutama/faa-uas-faq.aspx

You should be able to register once you arrive in Muncie, and use the AMA address. If you have any questions, the Government Relations staff here at AMA should be able to answer your questions. Chad is at chadb@modelaircraft.org, and Tyler is at tylerd@modelaircraft.org.

Hope that helps!

Jenni
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Toby W. Silhavy on 3/21/2017(UTC)
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