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
- U.S. DOT Secretary Elaine L. Chao Announces Several New Drone InitiativesNew initiatives encourage the safe testing and deployment of drones.
- FAA Statement: Safety is the top priority for the FAASafety is the top priority for the FAA. Air traffic controllers and the technicians who maintain the nations airspace system continue to serve their critical mission to ensure the publics safety.We are allocating resources based on risk assessment to meet all safety critical functions. If we identify an issue, we recall inspectors and engineers to […]
- FAA Operations UpdateDue to a lapse in funding, the FAA will only conduct exempt activities. Air traffic control is fully operational and there is no impact to safety or FAA oversight for travelers.The Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) and Drone Zone are operational. Posts to this website and social media accounts will be limited.
- FAA Air Traffic ReportToday's Air Traffic Report:Holiday traffic combined with wind and rain could delay flights in Boston (BOS), the New York area (EWR, JFK, LGA) and Philadelphia (PHL). Low clouds are expected in Charlotte (CLT) and San Francisco (SFO), and wind is forecast for Chicago (MDW, ORD). Heavy traffic is predicted for the ski-country airports in Colorado […]
- FAA Seeks New Drone Advisory Group MembersThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has posted a notice in the Federal Register soliciting qualified candidates to serve on the Drone Advisory Committee(DAC). The committee provides an open venue for the FAA and stakeholders to identify and recommend consensus-based resolutions for issues related to integration of unmanned aircraft (UAS) into the National Airspace System.The notice […]
- FAA: Make Sure Laser-Light Displays Aren't Aimed at the SkyWith the holiday season upon us, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)wants to make sure your laser-light displays are aimed at your house and not into the sky.Each year we receive reports from pilots who are distracted or temporarily blinded by residential laser-light displays. You might not realize this, but a well-meaning attempt to spread holiday […]