BOSTON (CBS) – The FAA has released new rules for commercial drone operators.

The FAA will now require drone pilots to register their aircraft and take a certification course that needs to be updated every two years.

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The regulations also state you cannot fly a drone over 400 feet, you have to keep it within eyesight and must fly during daylight hours.

Read: Summary Of New Drone Guidelines

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These rules have been months in the making but at Logan Airport, Massport officials took a proactive approach. They installed signs within a five mile radius of Logan reading “NO DRONE ZONE”.

"No Drone Zone" sign near Logan Airport (WBZ-TV)

“No Drone Zone” sign near Logan Airport (WBZ-TV)

The FAA does not allow drone flight within five miles of any airport unless you have a special waiver.

Tom Glynn, the CEO of Massport, told WBZ that a drone hitting an airline engine in flight could be “catastrophic.”

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Between last August and February of this year, seven pilots reported seeing a drone as they approached or left Logan.