Using drones to show off businesses and events is a great way for people to feel like they are really part of it all! You get angles that can't be found in a photo and incredible views of nature, daily life, and buildings, inside and out.

It's a perfect way to show off what your business offers without someone having to step foot inside beforehand, in fact, my hubs and some friends just booked an adventure based on a recent drone video!

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Businesses are booming and opportunities for drones are sought after. You can really make your mark and earn cash for your talents but there is something any commercial drone operator needs to be aware of come Friday, April 1st, 2022.

Get Ready Washington State Drone Operators

If you are a commercial drone driver in Washington State, come April 1st, 2022 here is what you need to know

Beginning April 1, people or businesses using drones for commercial purposes will need to start registering their drone with the Washington State Department of Transportation Aviation Division.

What Does This Mean?

  • The WSDOT Aviation Division is managing the Commercial Drone Registration Program
  • Commercial Drone Operators must register their unmanned aircrafts every year beginning April 1st, 2022
  • The fee to register is only $15 and will support WSDOT the integration of emerging technologies

I can imagine as time moves on there will be loads of drones and who knows, maybe flying cars are next but until then you can find some cool drone videos from the Washington State area

Tour of Yakima and Ellensburg

Tri-Cities Drone

Seattle, WA by Drone

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