Our drones can only “shoot” videos and photographs. It is illegal to weaponize drones in Vermont and most other places.
FAQ Categories Archives: Flight FAQs
While flying, we’re most frequently asked the following questions.
Drones are not dogs! They can’t rollover or shake your hand, but, some of our freestyle drones are capable of 3D flying. That might include flying upside down, doing loops, and other tricks.
We can only perform such stunts in open fields, away from neighborhoods and other people. The Northern New England Drone User Group has free events monthly that you’d probably enjoy.
Yes, civilians and corporations may own/fly drones just by following some common sense FAA guidelines/rules.
It’s for your safety. Flying a drone requires the full attention of its operators. Looking over our shoulders or asking questions can be very distracting and even dangerous. So please don’t disturb us while any of our aircraft are in flight.
It is against Federal Law to disobey or interfere with flight crew. Flight crew interference incidents can result in up to 20 years’ imprisonment and fines of up to $250,000!