The Mavic Mini or any other micro drone weighing less than 250 grams must be registered if it is used in accordance with Part 107 or Part 91 regulations, regardless of how small it is.

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Which DJI drone does not require registration?

Registration You must register either under Part 107 (commercial operations) or under the Exception for Recreational Flyers, depending on whether you have a sub-250 gram drone like the Mini 2 or not.

Do I need a flyer ID?

Before flying a drone or model aircraft subject to the regulations, you must pass the CAAs official theory test in order to obtain a flyer ID. You are always responsible for flying safely and legally.
Do I need a license to fly Air 2S?
I recently traded in my Air 2 for the 2S. A: There is no radio licensing required if you fly only for fun (for no other reason than flying for fun).

With the exception of the Mini 2s anti-collision lights, you can fly your DJI Mini 2 at night without any additional equipment as of January 2021 (effective March 2021), but Part 107 pilots are still required to complete the night-time operation training.
Does the Mavic Air 2 need to be registered?
Even though the DJI Mavic Air 2 was made to be a lightweight drone, it still needs to be registered with the FAA because the regulations state that any drone weighing 0.55 lbs (250 grams) or more needs to be registered.
How do I get 107 certified?
To fly under Part 107 rules, there are 3 main steps.

  1. Learn the Part 107 rules thoroughly to ensure that you are aware of what is and isnt permitted.
  2. Step 2: Pass the knowledge test to become an FAA-Certified Drone Pilot.
  3. Third step: FAA drone registration.

Do we need to register Mavic Mini in India?
No one may operate an unmanned aircraft system in India without first registering it on the digital sky platform and obtaining a unique identification number, unless specifically exempted from this requirement by these rules.

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