Question, a local airport (Richland Airport) has a page where the addresses commercial UAS operation:
Here's what the site says for commercial operation, but makes no mention of Part 107 only refers to COA? (I have a 107, but still very new)
If you are flying your Drone via a temporary FAA-authorized COA, as a Commercial Operation, you must:
Notify the Port of Benton that you are in the vicinity before operations begin to be advised of any local airport or air traffic procedures we may have in force. We must to issue a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM).
Ensure that the aircraft is 3 statute miles away from Richland Airport and 2 miles from Prosser Airport.
Not fly an aircraft which weighs more than 55 pounds.
Ensure that the aircraft remains lower than 400 feet above ground level at your location and it is Daytime.
The airport should be okay to fly within the 3 mile radius according to the sectional chart - class e airspace, 750and up, correct? Just need some help interpreting what is what. Airmap show's its green to go, but I know that folks say it's not the final call.
Here's a link to skyvector: https://skyvector.com/airport/RLD/Richland-Airport
Any help would be appreciated!