Webinar – flying drones and the new Part 107 rules

The emerging drone market is creating opportunities in nearly every industry, and offers new pilots another option for an aviation career. Once reserved for the military, drones now extend to personal, hobby and widespread commercial use within the new Part 107 drone regulations. It’s important to understand the current rules and adopt standard operating procedures to ensure your safe missions and that you’re meeting industry-accepted best practices.

Join the experts from Unmanned Safety Institute (USI), the leading authority on drone operations, to explore the new Part 107 regulations, how to become a drone pilot, and the top training resources to keep you safe and help launch your drone business. USI is the world’s leading provider of safety education and training services to academic institutions, industry partners, and flight services companies and is the only organization in the world that focuses exclusively on UAS safety.

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It was his first airplane trip at age seven that made Eric decide to become a pilot. "While boarding the airplane, a flight attendant noticed my interest in the flight deck and urged me to go talk to the pilot. I give a lot of credit to that pilot for my career choice." He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and went on to an airline career. Eric now heads Sporty’s flight school and directs the University of Cincinnati’s Professional Pilot Training Program. In addition, Eric serves as a Captain in Sporty’s corporate flight department.


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