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FAA Guidelines for Submitting a Petition for Exemption

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This brief program is designed to help you submit a petition. (Petition — A formal letter requesting an action from the FAA that must be filed in accordance with 14 CFR part 11. that will meet Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements.) Following this guidance will help you avoid common pitfalls and increase the likelihood of your success.

Note: Before you file your Petition, you must first select the platform that you will be using.  And, you will need manuals and documents from the manufacture for the platform(s) that you will be flying.  This is a complicated and time consuming task, you may want to hire a professional to do this for you.  Click here to request more information on our platforms.

Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR), Aeronautics and Space, contains rules issued by the FAA governing all civil aviation in the United States. You are entitled to submit a petition for exemption Exemption — A formal document issued in response to a petition that relieves or denies relief for the petitioner from the requirements of a particular section of 14 CFR. See "Petition." if you believe following a rule will burden you, you can provide a level of safety at least equal to that provided by the rule from which you seek the exemption, and your request is in the public interest.

Disclaimer: The “Guidelines for Submitting a Petition for Exemption” materials are for informational purposes only and do not guarantee the FAA will grant your petition. The FAA will evaluate your petition and send you its decision based on a full review of your request. An FAA grant or denial of exemption is based on the specifics of each situation.

Questions about the PETITION FOR EXEMPTION process should be directed to 333exemptions@faa.gov.

Questions about the COA APPLICATION process should be directed to
9-AJV-115-UASOrganization@faa.gov.

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FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
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