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Aircraft Registration: Unmanned Aircraft (UA)

Registration is not required for model aircraft operated solely for hobby or recreational purposes. Guidelines for responsible hobby and recreational operations are available at
 http://www.faa.gov/uas/model_aircraft/.

Registration is required for all unmanned aircraft (UA) operated for non-hobby or non-recreational purposes.

Registration is also required for Government UA. All Aircraft owned by agencies, offices or subdivisions of: the United States (other than aircraft of the U.S. Armed Forces), the States, the District of Columbia, or a territory or possession of the United States are required to be registered.

Aircraft Registration requirements and directions are provided in 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 47 . The basic steps that follow will assist most UA registration applicants complete registration requirements.

Note: Before you file your Section 333 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.  Once again, this is a complicated and time consuming task, you may want to hire a professional to do this for you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To Register a New - Small Unmanned Aircraft (sUA):

  1. To register the owner must provide the following:
  2. A completed Aircraft Registration Application, AC Form 8050-1.
  3. An original Aircraft Registration Application, AC Form 8050-1 must be used. Photocopies or computer generated copies of this form will not be accepted. These forms may be obtained from the FAA Aircraft Registration Branch or any Flight Standards District Office.

    When a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) is an applicant to register a sUA it also must provide information regarding its organization, how management authority is held, and how it meets the definition of a U.S. citizen for aircraft registration. The Limited Liability Corporation Registration Information Sheet provides instructions on meeting this requirement.

    Form AFS-750-94, Information to Aid in the Registration of U.S. Civil Aircraft, provides helpful information about eligibility, types of registration, the proper form of names, signatures, titles, and addresses plus other related issues.
  4. A full description of the sUA provided by the manufacturer, builder or applicant in a signed letter or statement. sUA

    Required Description Items

    Full Legal Name of UA Manufacturer or Builder

    sUA Model Designation

    sUA Serial Number

    Class (Airplane, Airship, Rotorcraft, Gyroplane, Ducted Fan)

    sUA Maximum Takeoff Weight

    Category (Land, Sea, or Both)

    Name of Engine Manufacturer

    Engine Model Designation

    Engine Serial-Numbers (if none shown, enter 'none')

    Number of Engines

    Engine Power Output (given in HP or Lbs. Thrust)

    Engine Type (2 or 4 Cycle Reciprocating, Electric,Turbo - Fan/Prop/Shaft/Jet)

     

  5. Evidence of Ownership: An Aircraft Bill of Sale, AC Form 8050-2 (PDF) ,or an equal transfer of ownership document is required for each change in ownership from the sUA manufacturer or builder through any intervening owner(s) to the owner making application for registration. However, the FAA recognizes that bills of sale may not be available for sUA that have been in operation since before sUA registration became necessary or for sUA that were purchased as off-the-shelf items from a retail shop, or internet retailer not associated with the builder or manufacturer.

When a bill of sale or other transfer of ownership document is unobtainable, the applicant may provide for consideration a notarized statement that:

  • identifies the subject sUA by the builder's full name, its model designation and serial number
  • identifies undocumented transfers to the extent possible by the date they occurred, the purchaser's name, as well as the name and location (city & country) of the person, company, or vendor that sold the sUA.
  • explains why any missing transfers of ownership are unavailable.
  • describes the other evidence provided with the notarized statement like an invoice, sales receipt or witness statement that proves the transfer of ownership took place. This alternative evidence is especially important when documenting the transfer of ownership to the applicant.
  • certifies, to the best of the applicants knowledge that; the information provided is correct, the described UA is not currently registered in another country, and the undersigned is the aircraft's rightful owner.

Confirmation the sUA is not registered in another country. When a sUA is purchased from a manufacturer or seller located in another country it is considered an import. This requires a statement from the Civil Aviation Authority of the exporting country confirming that the registration of the sUA in that country has been canceled or that the sUA was never issued registration by that country.

An N-number to be assigned to the registered aircraft. If a special N-number was reserved in advance by the sUA owner for this registration, this number will be assigned if it is entered on the forms in the indicated blanks.

A special N-number may be requested when filing the application and other documents for registration. Include a letter that lists several N-number choices, and the $10.00 special number fee.

The first listed number verified as available will be assigned to the aircraft.

A random N-number will be assigned at no cost if the indicated blanks on the registration forms are left empty, or a random number is requested.

The $5.00 registration fee by check or money order made payable to the Federal Aviation Administration. This fee is waived when the applicant is a Federal, State or local government office, agency or institution.

Send your Registration documents to the FAA, Aircraft Registration Branch. Addresses for regular mail and overnight courier deliveries are available through the Contact the Aircraft Registration Branch menu item.

Once the sUA is registered, apply for the appropriate operational authority.

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FAA Part 107 Press Release
FAA Part 107 Regulations
FAA Part 107 Summary
FAA Test Centers
FAA To Crack Down On UAS Airspace Violators
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Section 333 Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Section 333 Public Guidance
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Petitioning For Exemption Under Section 333
FAA How To Send Your Exemption Petition or Rulemaking
FAA Guidelines - Section 333 Petition For Exemption
FAA Section 333 Petition Guidelines
FAA Section 336 Public Law 112-95
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems FAQ's
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA UAV Aircraft Registry Requirements
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Passes 1000 Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcment Agencies.pdf
FAA UAS Research Test Sites
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA Streamlines UAS COAs for Section 333
FAA Wildfires and Drones Do Not Mix
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
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FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Sporting Event Flight Restrictions Handout.pdf
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Papal City Visits Are No Drone Fly Zones
FAA Model Aircraft Operating Standards

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FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
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FAA Regulations
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA National Arispace Classifications
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
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To Register a New - Unmanned Aircraft (UA):

To register the owner must provide the following:

  • A completed Aircraft Registration Application, AC Form 8050-1
  • An original Aircraft Registration Application, AC Form 8050-1 must be used. Photocopies or computer generated copies of this form will not be accepted. These forms may be obtained from the FAA Aircraft Registration Branch or any Flight Standards District Office.

    When a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) is an applicant to register a UA it also must provide information regarding its organization, how management authority is held, and how it meets the definition of U.S. citizen for aircraft registration. The Limited Liability Corporation Registration Information Sheet provides instructions on meeting this requirement.

    Form AFS-750-94, Information to Aid in the Registration of U.S. Civil Aircraft , provides helpful information about registration eligibility, types of registration, the proper form of: names, signatures, titles, addresses plus other related issues.
  • A full description of the UA provided by the manufacturer or builder in a signed letter or statement is required when the UA model is not produced under a U.S. Type Certificate.

UA Required Description Items

  • Full Legal Name of UA Manufacturer or Builder
  • UA Model Designation
  • UA Serial Number
  • Class (Airplane, Airship, Rotorcraft, Gyroplane, Ducted Fan)
  • UA Maximum Takeoff Weight
  • Category (Land, Sea, or Both)
  • Name of Engine Manufacturer
  • Engine Model Designation
  • Engine Serial-Numbers (If none shown, enter 'none')
  • Number of Engines
  • Engine Power Output (Given in HP or Lbs. Thrust)
  • Engine Type (2 or 4 Cycle Reciprocating, Electric, Turbo - Fan/Prop/Shaft/Jet)

Evidence of Ownership: An Aircraft Bill of Sale, AC Form 8050-2 (PDF), or an equal transfer of ownership document is required for each change in ownership from the UA manufacturer or builder through any intervening owner(s) to the owner making application for registration.

When a bill of sale or other transfer document is unobtainable for one or more changes of ownership, the applicant may provide for consideration a notarized statement that:

  • describes the subject UA by the builders name, its model designation, and serial number
  • gives the history and whereabouts of the UA telling how the applicant became its owner and explains why the missing transfer of ownership document is unavailable.
  • identifies undocumented transfers to the extent possible by the date they occurred, the purchaser's name, the name and location (city & country) of the person, company, or vendor that sold the UA.
  • describes the other evidence provided with the notarized statement like an invoice, sales receipt or witness statement that proves the transfer of ownership took place. This alternative evidence is especially important when documenting the transfer of ownership to the applicant.
  • certifies, to the best of the applicants knowledge, that the information provided is correct, that the described UA is not currently registered in another country, and that the undersigned is the aircraft's rightful owner.

Confirmation the UA is not registered in another country. When a UA is purchased directly from a manufacturer or seller located in another country it is considered an import. This requires a statement from the Civil Aviation Authority of the exporting country confirming that registration for this UA has ended or that the UA was never issued registration in that country.

An N-number to be assigned to the registered aircraft. If a special N-number was reserved in advance by the UA owner for this registration, this number will be assigned if it is entered on the forms in the indicated blanks.

A special N-number may be requested when filing the application and other documents for registration. Include a letter that lists several N-number choices. The first listed number verified as available will be assigned to the aircraft. The special number fee is $10.00, payable by check or money order payable to the Federal Aviation Administration.

A random N-number will be assigned at no cost if the indicated blanks on the registration forms are left empty, or a random number is requested.

The registration fee of $5.00 per UA. Please pay all fees by check or money order made payable to the Federal Aviation Administration. Multiple fees may be consolidated into a single payment. Registration and N-number fees are waived when the applicant is a Federal, State or local government office, agency or institution.

Send your Registration documents to the FAA, Aircraft Registration Branch. Addresses for regular mail and overnight courier deliveries are available through the Contact the Aircraft Registration Branch menu item.

Once the sUA is registered, apply for the appropriate operational authority.

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Helpful Links

FAA Part 107 Press Release
FAA Part 107 Regulations
FAA Part 107 Summary
FAA Test Centers
FAA To Crack Down On UAS Airspace Violators
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Section 333 Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Section 333 Public Guidance
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Petitioning For Exemption Under Section 333
FAA How To Send Your Exemption Petition or Rulemaking
FAA Guidelines - Section 333 Petition For Exemption
FAA Section 333 Petition Guidelines
FAA Section 336 Public Law 112-95
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems FAQ's
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA UAV Aircraft Registry Requirements
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Passes 1000 Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcment Agencies.pdf
FAA UAS Research Test Sites
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA Streamlines UAS COAs for Section 333
FAA Wildfires and Drones Do Not Mix
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
FAA - Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Sporting Event Flight Restrictions Handout.pdf
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Papal City Visits Are No Drone Fly Zones
FAA Model Aircraft Operating Standards

Other FAA UAV Resources

FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA National Arispace Classifications
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA UAS Research Test Sites


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To Register a Used - sUA or UA Aircraft:

A used sUA or UA is an unmanned aircraft that has been registered in the U.S. or another country, or operated by the military forces of any country.

To register the owner must provide the following:

  1. A completed Aircraft Registration Application, AC Form 8050-1
  2. An original Aircraft Registration Application, AC Form 8050-1 must be used. Photocopies or computer generated copies of this form will not be accepted. These forms may be obtained from the FAA Aircraft Registration Branch or any Flight Standards District Office.
    When a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) is an applicant to register a used sUA or UA, it must provide information regarding its organization, how management authority is held, and how it meets the definition of U.S. citizen for aircraft registration. The Limited Liability Corporation Registration Information Sheet provides instructions on meeting this requirement.
  3. Form AFS-750-94, Information to Aid in the Registration of U.S. Civil Aircraft, provides helpful information about registration eligibility, types of registration, the form of: names, signatures, titles, and addresses plus other related issues.
  4. Evidence of Ownership: An Aircraft Bill of Sale, AC Form 8050-2 (PDF), or an equal transfer of ownership document is required for each change in ownership from the last registered owner or military owner through any intervening owner(s) to the owner making application for registration.If a bill of sale or other transfer document is unobtainable for one or more changes of ownership, the applicant may provide for consideration a notarized statement that:

    describes the used sUA or UA by the builders name, its model designation, and serial number;
    gives the relative history and whereabouts of the sUA or UA telling how the applicant became its owner and explains why the missing transfer of ownership document is unavailable.

    identifies undocumented transfers to the extent possible by the by the date they occurred, the purchaser's name, the name and address (with country) of the person, company, or vendor that sold the sUA or UA.

    describes the other evidence provided with the notarized statement like an invoice, sales receipt or witness statement that proves the transfer of ownership took place. This alternative evidence of ownership is especially important when documenting the transfer of ownership to the applicant.

    certifies, that to the best of the applicants knowledge, that the information provided is correct, the described sUA or UA is not currently registered in another country, and that the undersigned is the aircraft's rightful owner.
  5. Confirmation the used sUA or UA is not registered in another country. When a previously registered or military operated sUA or UA is purchased from a manufacturer or other seller located in another country the sale is considered an import. This requires a statement from the Civil Aviation Authority of the country where the aircraft was last registered or operated that confirms the registration for this sUA or UA has ended or that the sUA or UA was never issued civil registration in that country.
  6. A full description of the sUA or UA: If the model of an imported or former military UA or sUA is not covered by a U.S. Type Certificate, a full description of the aircraft is needed. The description elements listed below may be provided by the builder, manufacturer or applicant in a letter or statement provided with the aircraft's registration documents. This item is not required if the aircraft was last previously registered in the U.S.

Used sUA, UA Required Description Items

  • Full Legal Name of UA Manufacturer or Builder
  • UA Model Designation
  • UA Serial Number
  • Class (Airplane, Airship, Rotorcraft, Gyroplane, Ducted Fan)
  • UA Maximum Takeoff Weight
  • Category (Land, Sea, or Both)
  • Name of Engine Manufacturer
  • Engine Model Designation
  • Engine Serial-Numbers (if none shown, enter 'none')
  • Number of Engines
  • Engine Power Output (Given in HP or Lbs Thrust)
  • Engine Type (2 or 4 Cycle Reciprocating, Electric, Turbo Fan/Prop/Shaft/Jet)
  • The N-number assigned to the registered aircraft. When a U.S. registered sUA or UA is sold to another U.S. owner, it already has an assigned N-number. The new owner should show the assigned N-number in the indicated blanks on the application and bill of sale forms. The aircraft will then be registered and a registration certificate issued using this N-number.

    If a special N-number was reserved or is desired by the new owner for use on this sUA or UA, we suggest that the new owner allow the registration process to take place using the already assigned N-number to ensure continued operability of the aircraft. Once registration is issued to the new owner an N-number change may be requested.

    A random N-number will be assigned at no cost to import and former military aircraft if the indicated blanks on the registration forms are left empty, or a random number is requested.

    The registration fee of $5.00 per aircraft. Please pay all fees by check or money order made payable to the Federal Aviation Administration. Multiple fees may be consolidated into a single payment. Registration and N-number fees are waived when the applicant is a Federal, State or local government office, agency or institution.

    Send your Registration documents to the FAA, Aircraft Registration Branch. Addresses for regular mail and overnight courier deliveries are available through the Contact the Aircraft Registration Branch menu item.

Once the sUA or UA is registered, apply for the appropriate operational authority.  (If the complete 12 item sUA or UA description statement is also needed, it may be combined here with the affidavit statement for convenience.)

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Helpful Links

FAA Part 107 Press Release
FAA Part 107 Regulations
FAA Part 107 Summary
FAA Test Centers
FAA To Crack Down On UAS Airspace Violators
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Section 333 Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Section 333 Public Guidance
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Petitioning For Exemption Under Section 333
FAA How To Send Your Exemption Petition or Rulemaking
FAA Guidelines - Section 333 Petition For Exemption
FAA Section 333 Petition Guidelines
FAA Section 336 Public Law 112-95
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems FAQ's
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA UAV Aircraft Registry Requirements
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Passes 1000 Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcment Agencies.pdf
FAA UAS Research Test Sites
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA Streamlines UAS COAs for Section 333
FAA Wildfires and Drones Do Not Mix
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
FAA - Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Sporting Event Flight Restrictions Handout.pdf
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Papal City Visits Are No Drone Fly Zones
FAA Model Aircraft Operating Standards

Other FAA UAV Resources

FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA National Arispace Classifications
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA UAS Research Test Sites


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THE UNDERSIGNED OWNER CERTIFIES

For new retail purchased sUA only:

I purchased the sUA described above as a new off-the-shelf item on (date) from (name, city & country of retail shop or internet vendor)

A manufacturer's bill of sale was not available at the time of purchase, and the (receipt / invoice / other evidence)(is enclosed / is not available) to confirm the purchase.

For any size KIT built UA: I built the UA described above from a prefabricated kit. The kit bill of sale from the kit manufacturer (and if applicable, evidence of ownership through all intervening owners) to the undersigned is enclosed.

For any size UA: I built the UA described above using salvaged, fabricated, or miscellaneous spare parts.

For manufacturers, any size UA: The UA described above is newly manufactured using standard parts in a proprietary design by the undersigned manufacturer.

For Used UA of any size: The UA described above was purchased used. My evidence of ownership from the previous owner is attached. A good faith effort was made to obtain evidence of ownership from the UA's (builder/manufacturer/last registered owner/other) through all intervening owners to the previous owner. (Enter explanation of aircraft's history and whereabouts, why any ownership change is not documented by a bill of sale and what evidence of the transaction(s) is provided.)

To the best of the undersigned owner's knowledge, the information provided above is correct, the described UA is not registered in another country, and the undersigned is the aircraft's rightful owner.

Name(s) of Owner(s): __________________, ________________________
Signature(s): _______________________, __________________________
Title of Signers: _____________________, ___________________________
Address: _______________________________________________________
Telephone: __________________

NOTARY PUBLIC
State: _______________ County: ______________
Country: ______________________
Subscribed and sworn before me this: ______ day of: __________, ______

Signature: ___________________________________
(Signature of individual authorized under local law to administer oaths)
My Commission Expires: ___________________
(Seal as required by State or local law.)

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Helpful Links

FAA Part 107 Press Release
FAA Part 107 Regulations
FAA Part 107 Summary
FAA Test Centers
FAA To Crack Down On UAS Airspace Violators
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Section 333 Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Section 333 Public Guidance
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Petitioning For Exemption Under Section 333
FAA How To Send Your Exemption Petition or Rulemaking
FAA Guidelines - Section 333 Petition For Exemption
FAA Section 333 Petition Guidelines
FAA Section 336 Public Law 112-95
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems FAQ's
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA UAV Aircraft Registry Requirements
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Passes 1000 Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcment Agencies.pdf
FAA UAS Research Test Sites
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA Streamlines UAS COAs for Section 333
FAA Wildfires and Drones Do Not Mix
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
FAA - Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Sporting Event Flight Restrictions Handout.pdf
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Papal City Visits Are No Drone Fly Zones
FAA Model Aircraft Operating Standards

Other FAA UAV Resources

FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA National Arispace Classifications
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA UAS Research Test Sites


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Selling your U.S. registered sUA or UA:

The seller should execute a bill of sale transferring all or a specific portion of their right, title and interest in the sUA or UA to the purchaser. Provide the original signed bill of sale to the purchaser. Use the aircraft description shown on the registration certificate or the Search Aircraft Registration Information website to correctly describe the sUA or UA on the bill of sale.

The seller should also retain their Certificate of Aircraft Registration, AC Form 8050-3, complete the applicable items on the reverse side, and return it to the FAA Aircraft Registration Branch.

The purchaser should forward the bill of sale with the seller's original signature, a completed Aircraft Registration Application, AC Form 8050-1, and the $5.00 registration fee to the FAA Aircraft Registration Branch.

All signatures on all forms must have the typed or printed name of the signer next to their signature in the signature block.

All fees should be paid by check or money order made payable to the Federal Aviation Administration.

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FAA Part 107 Press Release
FAA Part 107 Regulations
FAA Part 107 Summary
FAA Test Centers
FAA To Crack Down On UAS Airspace Violators
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Section 333 Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Section 333 Public Guidance
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Petitioning For Exemption Under Section 333
FAA How To Send Your Exemption Petition or Rulemaking
FAA Guidelines - Section 333 Petition For Exemption
FAA Section 333 Petition Guidelines
FAA Section 336 Public Law 112-95
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems FAQ's
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA UAV Aircraft Registry Requirements
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Passes 1000 Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcment Agencies.pdf
FAA UAS Research Test Sites
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA Streamlines UAS COAs for Section 333
FAA Wildfires and Drones Do Not Mix
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
FAA - Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Sporting Event Flight Restrictions Handout.pdf
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Papal City Visits Are No Drone Fly Zones
FAA Model Aircraft Operating Standards

Other FAA UAV Resources

FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA National Arispace Classifications
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA UAS Research Test Sites


FAA SECTION 333 EXEMPTION
& COA PROCESSING

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Aircraft Certification

Contact the Aircraft Registration Branch

Monday through Friday
7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Central Time

By Telephone

Aircraft Registration / N-Number Information and Assistance
Toll Free Long Distance(866) 762-9434

International & Local Oklahoma City Area(405) 954-3116

Government FTS (405) 954-3116

By Fax

(405) 954-3548
(405) 954-8068


By U.S. Postal Service, Regular and Priority Mail:

FAA Aircraft Registration Branch, AFS-750
P.O. Box 25504
Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0504

By Commercial Delivery Services:

FAA Aircraft Registration Branch, AFS-750
Registry Building Room 118
6425 South Denning
Oklahoma City, OK 73169-6937

In Person for Aircraft Records Research:

Aircraft registration records may be reviewed in the Registry's Public Documents Room, at the FAA Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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Helpful Links

FAA Part 107 Press Release
FAA Part 107 Regulations
FAA Part 107 Summary
FAA Test Centers
FAA To Crack Down On UAS Airspace Violators
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Section 333 Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Section 333 Public Guidance
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Petitioning For Exemption Under Section 333
FAA How To Send Your Exemption Petition or Rulemaking
FAA Guidelines - Section 333 Petition For Exemption
FAA Section 333 Petition Guidelines
FAA Section 336 Public Law 112-95
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems FAQ's
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA UAV Aircraft Registry Requirements
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Passes 1000 Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcment Agencies.pdf
FAA UAS Research Test Sites
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA Streamlines UAS COAs for Section 333
FAA Wildfires and Drones Do Not Mix
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
FAA - Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Sporting Event Flight Restrictions Handout.pdf
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Papal City Visits Are No Drone Fly Zones
FAA Model Aircraft Operating Standards
FAA Section 333 & COA Processing Services

Other FAA UAV Resources

FAA B4UFLYY Smartphone App For UAS Pilots
FAA Know Before You Fly Video
FAA Regulations
FAA Fact Sheet – UAS
FAA UAS Frequently Asked Questions
FAA UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
FAA Industry Innitiative Will Expand Small UAS Horizons
FAA Launches Capital Hill No Drone Zone Campaign
FAA Limitations on Hobbyist UAV Operators
FAA Section 333 Special Rules For Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems
FAA Grants Section 333 Exemptions
FAA Grants British Petroleum COA to Fly UAV
FAA Certificate of Authorization
FAA Drone Authorization List
FAA Law Enforcement Engagement With Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA Arlington Police Department Authorized to Fly UAV
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
FAA UAS Guidance for Law Enforcement
FAA National Arispace Classifications
FAA Safety Briefing May-June 2015 Issue
FAA Special Airworthiness Certification
FAA Temporary Flight Restrictions
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Selection
FAA UAS Research Test Sites


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