Date: 6/29/20 2:20 pm
From: <dgrainger...>
Subject: Re: [Tweeters] drone light show for 4th of july?
FAA regulations recently enacted which require license for each drone
operator and restrictions regarding flight over habitations and altitude
and line-of-sight operation would make such a show very unlikely to
receive approvals needed.


On 2020-06-29 07:46, Devorah the Ornithologist wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> I'm researching a piece about drone light shows (versus fireworks) for
> 4th of July and ran across mention that Bainbridge Island wanted to
> host a large drone light show in 2019 but was unable to get
> sponsorship to cover the costs, but they remain hopeful for a drone
> show in 2020. Does anyone know if this drone light show is going to
> happen?
>
> I'm also interested to talk (via email because I'm based in Norway) to
> other municipalities that are hosting a drone light show instead of
> fireworks. My deadline is 30 June 2020 so interested people should
> email me at <grrlscientist...> as soon as possible.
>
> thank you.
>
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