B. relates yet another story about the weird happenings of being a drone pilot in Hollywood.

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  1. Is there a link you could provide to a generic "contract" you might recommend for us to build from. I am in Texas and would like to be able to provide a contract for my flights once i get my Part107. One thing I have learned clearly from your stories is have a documented agreement.

  2. I just bought a mavic and I want to start making money with it, how should I go about getting my name out and what jobs should I do?

  3. Dear dronr you inspire me to become a Part 107 pilot (I loved that episode) and this one I also enjoy watching your stories about being a professional pilot keep making these vids !

  4. Thanks man awesome video as always. I had to myself cancel a flight at a wedding because it was in Class B airspace about less than 2 miles from Denver International. It was one of those can you come tomorrow last minute calls. I was like no sorry I can't fly in that airspace and not enough time to get a waiver or someone who has one I can use.

  5. Yes I totally loved this episode! This information is so needed, books can't teach us this, only pioneers like you can reveal these little nuances! And you still got paid! That's what I'm talking about!

  6. Oh Dude thanks for given production value. Some dude goes on and on before that get to the meat of the video…thanks!

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