Can You Hear Me Now?

No Longer ‘Coming Soon’

They Have Landed

  • Keep UAS below 400 feet
  • Keep UAS within line of sight
  • Keep drone well clear of other aircraft
  • Keep drone at least 25 feet away from people/private property
  • Contact air traffic control if flying within 5 miles of an airport
  • Keep drone at least 2 miles clear of heliports with published instrument approach
  • Keep drone well clear of emergency response efforts
  • Be aware of FAA airspace requirements
  • Don’t fly under the influence
  • Make sure to register device

The End is Near

The Millennials Era

Coming To A Flight School Near You

Smart Watches Hit The Cockpit


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