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A 1 Tulsa Photo Aerial Photography operates out of the Tulsa, Oklahoma area, serving the Tulsa and Broken Arrow area, providing Aerial Photography Services. Aerial Photography is useful for advertising, marketing, Internet presentations, Real Estate and commercial progress reports for month-to-month progress documentation, planning, and decision-making. Prices start at 150.00
Here are some relevant facts that will help Tulsa Aerial drone operators.
1 Can not fly zones in Oklahoma, Oklahoma state statute Section 3 - 322. critical infrastructure facilities bordered by a fence this includes refineries, electric power generating facilities, chemical plants, water intake structures, Natural Gas compression stations, Telecommunications wireless communication, inner structure Port facilities, railroad switching yards, Natural Gas Distribution, and Airports.
2 Maximum altitude 400 feet.
3 Maximum Drone weight 55 lb
4 Dorne pilots must be 16 years old.
5 Daylight flight hours 30 minutes before and after sunrise.
5 Drone speed limited to 100 miles an hour.
6 Drones may not fly over people.
7 Drones may not fly closer than 5 miles from airports.
More information on the flying drone can be found here.
The Special Rule for Model Aircraft (P.L. 112-95, Section 336) (PDF) provides the definition and operating rules for flying a model aircraft.
Note: Model aircraft operators that comply with all of these operational requirements during flight do not have to register their UAs with the FAA.