Want To Become A Drone Pilot? What Are Your Enrollment Barriers? A Survey

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Want To Become A Drone Pilot? What Are Your Enrollment Barriers? A Survey

After reviewing feedback from a variety of sources, the Drone Universities team decided to run a very short, completely anonymous survey. If you can take the 10 minutes out of your schedule, help us better understand the drone community.

While completely anonymous, you do have the option of being contacted by a member of Drone Universities staff, if you’d like to be contacted, we will need your email and at least your first or last name. If you can’t find the time for altruistic reasons, then let us tempt you with a prize. 

If you’d like to take our survey:

Section 333 Waiver Petition Giveaway*

That’s right, if you win, we will work with the FAA on your behalf and will provide you with a Section 333 Exemption*. We will randomly choose one winner on each of the following day:

  • Friday, July 31st 2015
  • Monday, August 31st 2015

When you complete the survey, including your name, email address and zip code, you will automatically receive 1 entry into the Section 333 Waiver Petition Giveaway. There are certain limitation to this giveaway*.

1. Retail value $6,500
2. The FAA may reject your business under certain circumstances, in these cases, our 333 consultants will work with you and attempt to reach FAA “compliance” on your behalf.
3. Employees or immediate family members and relatives of Drone Universities, its affiliates and subsidiaries are NOT eligible to participate.

By | 2015-07-09T01:20:28+00:00 July 8th, 2015|333, Contests, Drones|Comments Off on Want To Become A Drone Pilot? What Are Your Enrollment Barriers? A Survey

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Sam Estrin
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