Does anyone have an N number for their IRIS yet? I've come across an issue that's stumping me.
To fly commercially, one needs a 333, a COA, and a registered aircraft with an N number (among other things). You cannot currently apply for a COA without an N number. According to this FAA guidance, getting an N number requires, among other things, "A full description of the UAS provided by the manufacturer, builder or applicant in a Notarized statement."
Well, I just got a response from 3DR about getting such a Notarized statement from them, which consisted of this:
"Thank you for contacting 3D Robotics.
We are unable to provide you with the documentation you are requesting.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Have a great day!"
So what now? I can't comply with the FAA without that document, and it seems like kind of an absurd mandate. Is DJI providing notarized documents? Yuneec? What's going on here? Thanks for any insight.