Commercial Drones - UAS Classes
FAA Airman Knowledge Test
In-Person Classroom Setting with a Certified Flight Instructor.
Scenario Based Classroom Training
Hands-On Training from Start to Completion with Multiple Scenarios.
Commercial Drone Training for Everyone
To be able to utilize an Unmanned Aerial System or Drones, FAA requires anyone that is currently not a Certificated Pilot to take a Written Exam. The Subject Matter for the Written Exam consists of Aeronautical, Airspace, and Operational Knowledge. While this information is readily known to Certificated Pilots, it could prove to be very difficult for anyone that is not currently a Certificated Pilot. Due to demand, Aero Drone Resources have started Classroom based In Person training which will be offered throughout Pacific Northwest. Next Training Session is to be held in Albany, Oregon which is centrally located in the Willamette Valley. With both One and Two Day Classes to fit your needs, we can provide the knowledge you need to successfully pass the FAA Written Exam and to Operate your Commercial Drone safely and legally.
Drones for Your New Business
Utilizing Drones for your Commercial Business
Drones for Survey
Utilize Drones to Survey Land/Farm/Equipment
Drones for Real Estate
Utlizing Drones for Real Estate Photography/Videography
Drones for News
Utilize Drones for News Coverage
- FAA Air Traffic ReportToday's Air Traffic Report:Clear skies are forecast for much of the nation today. Pop-up thunderstorms may slow flights in Atlanta (ATL), Central Florida (MCO, TPA) and Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP). Low clouds could cause delays in Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO) and Seattle (SEA).Pilots: Check out the new Graphical Forecasts for Aviation (GFA) Tool from […]
- FAA Says Avoid Drone Registration SchemesThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) wants to warn drone owners especially hobbyistsabout people offering to help register their drones with the agency. The FAA Drone Zone is all you need and it costs only $5.00.There are a number of entities that offer to help drone owners and operators file an application for a registration number. […]
- Think Safety First on July 4thAs you celebrate the Independence Day holiday, keep safety in mind. Know the aviation safety rules while flying your drones and celebrating the 4th.Here are general guidelines for people flying drones:Dont fly your drone in or near fireworksDont fly over peopleDont fly near airportsTo learn more about what you can and cant do with your […]
- FAA Surveys Commercial Drone OperatorsIf youve registered a commercial drone, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) wants to hear from you.On June 19, the FAA sent a questionnaire to everyone who has registered a commercial drone more formally, an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) for anything but recreational or hobby use. Most of these owners fly their drones for commercial purposes, […]
- FAA Establishes Drone Restrictions Over Federal PrisonAt the request of Federal security partners, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been using its existing authority under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) 99.7Special Security Instructionsto address concerns about drone operations over national security sensitive facilities by establishing temporary Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) specific flight restrictions.In cooperation with Department […]
- FAA Commissions New Tower at Sarasota AirportThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) cut over to a new air traffic control tower at Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport early this morning. The new, 128 foot-tall tower will enable air traffic controllers to continue to provide the safest, most efficient service to flights at the busy Florida airport.Air traffic controllers working in the 525 square-foot tower […]