Posted 1/2/2019 18:31 (#7215609 - in reply to #7215515) Subject: RE: Spraying drones
Thats all true in the general aviation/drone world. However its a whole nother world when you have to carry a load and fly on the edge of the flight envelope. Its one thing to cherry pick to fly on a nice bluebird day, its a whole nother deal to have to fly all day every day to keep up with the work load. When carrying a load in spray plane, the pilot is not the limiting g load factor. The wings being ripped off the aircraft are.
Non spray pilot pilots and engineers just do not comprehend the spraying environment.