A Drone preflight checklist helps in reducing the risk of physical damage to property, injuries, flyaways, and potentially costly lawsuits.
Used by both beginners and serious commercial drone pilots. The checklist may also be a requirement for drone regulators, such as the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs), Australia (CASA) and more.
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