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Though I am new to the world of commercial drone photography and only last year passed and received my FAA and NC sUAV license, I have been a commercial photographer for over 35 years, based in Charlotte NC. My son and I are working toward creating a spin off of my business with drone work and creating professional results. With all the present and future construction and development near uptown, we have been asked to take on several projects in the area which means asking for an FAA authorization to fly in Class B airspace this Spring. Charlotte uptown (and the immediate vicinity) is all
Next question, waivers. I guess these are on an as needed basis? You don't get a waiver that lets you fly above crowds from now on because you've proven that you can fly safely? What about the job that pops up and a client needs you to do a fly over of the homecoming football game that is tomorrow night? No way to plan for that? Jake