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DJI P3A FAA N Number Registration Docs

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by brianrmartin, Jan 21, 2016.

  1. brianrmartin

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    Does anyone have an example of the FAA N Number registration documents that they can post or email? I need to get an N Number for my P3.

    Thanks in advance
    Brian
     
  2. N017RW

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    Why don't you just register?

    Why do you need to see someone else's docs?
     
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  4. brianrmartin

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    I'm looking for documentation to apply for an N Number for commercial use. Not regular registration. The docs for getting an N number are complicated. Name of engine manufacturer, engine model designation code, engine power output, max takeoff weight, etc
     
  5. BigAl07

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    PM Me your email and I'll send you something that might help a bit.
     
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  6. turbulence

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    This is what I put:


    · Full Legal Name of UA Manufacturer or Builder – DJI

    · sUA Model Designation – Phantom 3 Professional

    · sUA Serial Number – xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    · Class – Rotorcraft UAS

    · sUA Maximum Takeoff Weight – 1300g

    · Category - Land

    · Name of Engine Manufacturer - DJI

    · Engine Model Designation – 2312A

    · Engine Serial-Numbers - none

    · Number of Engines - 4
     
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  7. Norm Rechtman

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    What unbelievable BS, to get a permit for a drone, that procedure is for full size aircraft,they need simple registration for drones to get a commercial permit, aren't they working on something like that.
     
  8. Bryonheath

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    Hmmm you guys got me thinking so here's some gas on the fire
    now you need a private pilot license for commercial use. but a standard private pilot license is only good for one motor unless you have a multi endorsement. so do you need a multi engine endorsement to fly you drone.


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  9. impilot51

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    Hahahahaha. That's a good one. Maybe I may just get some use from my MEL ticket.


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  10. turbulence

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    I don't think MEL will work. I think you would need rotorcraft. :tearsofjoy:
     
  11. Bryonheath

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    Too bad these drones are so heavy if they were lighter they might fall under the ultralight category then we wouldn't have to register it
    Haha


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