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:A front packing wind, clouds and rain could slow flights in Boston (BOS), the New York area (EWR, JFK, LGA, TEB) and Philadelphia (PHL) as it moves through the mid-Atlantic and Northeast today. Light snow could cause delays in Chicago (MDW, ORD). Clouds are forecast for San Francisco (SFO) and Seattle (SEA).Pilots: […]
- FAA Response to 60 Minutes Story of April 15, 2018FAAs response to the 60 Minutes story (PDF) of April 15, 2018 includes:Signed letter from Ali Bahrami, Associate Administrator, Aviation SafetyFAA Order 8000.373, FAA Compliance PhilosophyFAA Order 8000.72, FAA Integrated Oversight Philosophy
- No Kidding: ADS-B Deadline of Jan. 1, 2020, is FirmWe have a sense of humor, too, but an April Fools joke that the Federal Aviation Administration is extending the ADS-B deadline is just that.As stated in the final rule published with industry input in May 2010, all aircraft flying in designated controlled airspace generally the same busy airspace where transponders are currently required must […]
- Could You Be a LAANC Service Supplier?The Federal Aviation Administration is looking for a few good suppliers for the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC), that is.In October 2017, the FAA deployed LAANC (pronounced LANCE) at several air traffic facilities to evaluate how well the prototype system functioned for drone operators who want to fly in controlled airspace and for […]
- Fly Safe: Prevent Loss of Control AccidentsThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the general aviation (GA) communitys national #FlySafe campaign helps educate GA pilots about the best practices to calculate and predict aircraft performance and to operate within established aircraft limitations.A Loss of Control (LOC) accident involves an unintended departure of an aircraft from controlled flight. LOC can happen when the […]
- FAA to Hold Meetings on CLT Environmental StudyThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will host public scoping meetings next month for the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Charlotte Douglas International Airports (CLT) proposed fourth parallel runway and other projects. The meetings will help residents learn about the Airports proposed projects, and help define the purpose and scope of the study. Charlottes Airport Capacity […]