Getting Insurance for Your Drone Operations
Bryant Dunn Explains Why You Need It and How to Get Good Rates in Latest Blog Post by DroneDeploy
By Anya Lamb, Marketing Manager @DroneDeploy (Posted on 8/31/16)
Part 107, the new FAA regulation that took effect earlier this week, makes it dramatically easier for businesses in the United States to operate drones legally. A pilot’s license and section 333 exemption are no longer required for most commercial drone operations. Instead, commercial operators must simply pass a written test to obtain a remote pilot’s certificate. That said, if you are planning to start a drone business or launch drone operations in your company, you will likely need to go beyond the minimum requirements of Part 107 to set up safe, reliable and effective drone operations.
To learn more about how drone insurance works, why you need it, and tips for getting a good policy, we heard from Bryant Dunn, Vice President and General Aviation Underwriter at Global Aerospace, a worldwide provider of aerospace and aviation insurance.
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