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Drone USA Becomes Skyfire Consulting Reseller

Drone USA Inc., a drone reseller, service provider and distributor, has formed a reseller partnership with Atlanta-based Skyfire Consulting, a company that specializes in...

SkySkopes Academy Offers its First UAS Training Course

SkySkopes Academy, an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) flight training academy based in Grand Forks, N.D., has launched its online “Remote Pilot Ground School Course.”According...

AUVSI Partners with Kings Schools for Online UAS Pilot Training

The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) has partnered with the Kings Schools, an aviation education provider, to roll out training for becoming...

Sky-Futures Launches Online Part 107 Test Prep

Global drone inspections and training company Sky-Futures is rolling out an online tutorial course to help potential commercial drone operators pass the Federal Aviation...

FAA Rejects UAS Waiver Requests, Advises on How to Apply Properly

Citing “incorrect or incomplete information” on applications, the FAA has had to reject 71 waiver requests and 854 airspace applications; however, the agency is laying out how to properly submit a request.

From Hobby to Commercial: AMA Forms Partnership for Part 107 Test Prep

The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA), which serves approximately 195,000 modelers in 2,400 clubs in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, is now offering Part...

Commercial Drone Pilot Training Kicking off at Kansas State Polytechnic

Kansas State University's Polytechnic Campus is expanding its unmanned aircraft systems program (UAS) to now include a weeklong course centered on the Federal Aviation...

Journalism Milestone: CNN Gets the OK for Drones Over People

In a first for the U.S., the TV network will use drones to gather news in situations where it would be unsafe or costly to fly a helicopter.

FAA Offers Study Guide for Commercial UAS Operator Test

Want to prepare for your upcoming remote pilot certificate exam? The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has compiled a list of sample questions to be...

FAA’s Final Drone Rule: Did the Agency Get It Right?

There's finally a set of rules under which to operate UAS commercially, but the work toward full integration into airspace is not complete by any means.

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