The Federal Aviation Administration requires drone (sUAS) operators to register, properly mark, and know the safety guidelines before flight
This site will assist you to register your drone, apply for waivers and authorizations, label your drone, file reports, and learn more about becoming a drone pilot. Our goal is to make drone registration, labeling your drone, knowing the drone registration faq’s, carrying your certificate of registration Flight ID card, and preparing for the Part 107 test easy.
When you fly a drone in the United States, it is your responsibility to understand and abide by the rules.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires drone registration for UAS aircraft operators. Register drones before flying aircraft weighing over .55lbs (just over 2 sticks of butter). Drone operators must have a compliant label for identification and carry Certificate of Registration (Flight ID). We will assist you with your FAA drone registration filing, make compliant labels and flight ID card. You may be subject to civil and criminal penalties if you meet the criteria to register and do not register, including fines of up to $250,000.
Drone Registration Labels
Flight ID Card
Commercial Operator Part 107 Test Preparation
Using drones for commercial purposes? You will be required to take and pass a Remote Pilot Certification before operation.
Commercial Operator Part 107 Waiver / 333 Exemptions
Do you plan to use your drone for commercial purposes? You may be required to file a waiver or 333 exemption before operation.
Do I need to Register My Drone?
You must register and label your aircraft if it weighs between 0.55 lbs. (250 grams) and up to 55 lbs. (25 kg) and its flight falls within the statutory guidelines for registration.
If you fail to register drone and properly label you may be subject to civil and criminal penalties. Please responsibly register drone before flight.