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
- Launching a More Agile and Efficient FAA Flight Services ServiceAugust 22 The Federal Aviation Administrations Flight Standards Service (AFS) plays a vital role in making the U.S. aviation system the worlds safest. But even the best can get better.On August 20, AFS made organizational adjustments that will enable it to operate with greater accountability, better use of resources, and more readiness to adapt to […]
- FAA Air Traffic ReportToday's Air Traffic Report:Thunderstorms in the Midwest, Southeast and Gulf of Mexico likely will delay flights today in Atlanta (ATL), Chicago (MDW, ORD), Miami (MIA) and New Orleans (MSY). High winds could slow traffic in the New York area (EWR, JFK, LGA), and morning low clouds may stall flights in Denver (DEN), Philadelphia (PHL) and […]
- FAA Safety Briefing Explores New BasicMed RuleAugust 9The July/August 2017 issue of FAA Safety Briefing explores several key facets of the new BasicMed rule, which offers pilots an alternative to the FAAs medical qualification process for third class medical certificates. Under BasicMed, a pilot will be required to complete a medical education course every two years, undergo a medical examination every […]
- FAA and International Leadership in MongoliaThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Administrator Michael P. Huerta, speaking at an Asia-Pacific civil aviation conference in Mongolia today, said that the FAA and its Asia-Pacific counterparts must continue to work together to promote oversight operations and certification systems that will ensure the safety of passengers around the world as demand increases. The FAA projects […]
- FAA: No Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) Applications for Planes w/ADS-BAugust 7The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is proposing to change the Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) authorization process by eliminating the need for U.S.-registered operators to apply for RVSM authorization when their aircraft meet altitude-keeping requirements and are equipped with qualified Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Out systems.The FAA has been a major force in the […]
- Fly Safe: Prevent Runway IncidentsHeads Up!After a busy flight, you might think the challenging bits are all behind you as youre taxiing across your airports surface, but that is no time to let your guard down. In fact, pilots need to be extra vigilant when it comes to runway safety.What is runway safety? Its your active participation in making […]