Rules go into effect August 29th,2016. See rules below.
Commercial UAS Pilots: If you operate commercially in the U.S. under a 333 Exemption, your Blanket COA does not allow you to fly in certain types of airspace. See the sections on flying near airports and within Special Flight Rules Areas for more detail.
Commercial UAS pilots: The US Section 333 Blanket does not allow commercial UAS flights in the yellow areas. This includes standoff distances around airports, glider ports, seaplane bases, and heliports as well as Special Flight Rules Areas.
Rules go into effect August 29th,2016
The Blanket COA is not required under Part 107. You may fly anywhere within Class G airspace under 400 ft. Flying within controlled airspace requires Air Traffic Control notification. More information may be found on the FAA website.
Part 107 does not waive Part 93 therefore sUAS that cannot comply with Part 93 may need waivers to operate in SFRA
Special Flights Rules Areas (SFRA) Shown in yellow on the Skyward Airspace Map. In order to conduct a commercial operation in an SFRA, must comply with Part 107 requirements and obtain a Civil COA that allows commercial UAV operations within that area.