Even though the DJI Mavic Air 2 was intended to be a lightweight drone, registration is still required because the rules state that any drone weighing 0.55 lbs (250 grams) or more must be registered. The Mavic Air 2 weighs 570 grams and will need to be registered with the FAA.
Do you need to register drones in Australia?
In order to make flying safer and more enjoyable for everyone, mandatory drone registration and accreditation are coming to Australian skies.
Do I need a license to fly DJI Mavic Mini 2?
Youll still need to follow the rules of the air and a Part 107 certificate to fly a lightweight drone for commercial purposes, but the DJI Mavic Mini and Mini 2 are exempt because they have a 249g takeoff weight.
Does DJI come with warranty?
A DJI Care service plan can significantly lower repair costs, even though you can still benefit from DJIs standard product warranty without purchasing it. In addition, if the repair costs are covered by a standard product warranty, the remaining balance on your DJI Care Service Plan wont be impacted.
As of December 31, 2020, the drone will fall under one of two Open subcategories because it is not yet a CE-class marked aircraft. These are: A2 (Transitional Provisions) – Fly Close To People: Fly up to 50m horizontally from uninvolved people, but pilots need an A2 CofC for this.