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FAA requires registration of unmanned aerial vehicles, both fixed-wing and rotorcraft. Data is provided in an easy-to-use Excel workbook. Data can be further sorted by clients to meet their own criteria. Each comes with a complete listing of data fileds and FAA coding, as well as pre-configured supporting graphics.

The following are special pre-programmed splitouts from the Master FAA Database, which lists all active U.S. registrations. Products are a one-time purchase via MS® Excel.

Fields Included:
  • N-Number
  • Serial Number
  • Aircraft Manufacturer/Model
  • Engine Manufacturer/Model
  • Year Manufactured
  • Number of Seats
  • Type Registrant (individual, partnership, etc.)
  • Registrant’s Name
  • Address Data (several fields)
  • Airworthiness Date & Classification
  • Type Aircraft, Engine
  • Category

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