Night Ops Training Webinar For Flying Drones at Night
Emergencies don’t discriminate. Your team could be called to fly with a moment’s notice at any time, or your mission could extend far past sunset. Under Part 107, flying at night requires an FAA additional waiver called Daylight Operations Part 107.29 and subsequent training.
We’re excited to announce our Night Ops Training for organizations implementing drone programs. Whether you are flying under Public COA or Part 107 and have been approved to fly at night, you still need training to be in compliance. This training fulfills the FAA requirements for flying at night.
• 1 crew member is trained to the FAA’s Daylight Operations standards Part 107.29.
• One-on-one support from our Training Director to answer any questions you have along the way.
RECEIVE RELIABLE TOOLS AND TRAINING FOR YOUR TEAM
For expert assistance and consultation in building out your organization’s drone program, contact us for a free consultation.