Aerodrome owns and operates a teaching airport, an online-education platform and the first commercial droneport in the world. Unprecedented from the ground up, we provide training and prep courses for the FAA certification testing that pilots, remote pilots and maintenance personnel will need to enter and grow with the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) industry. In addition, we offer expert advisory and consulting services as well as facilities rentals, enterprise solutions and outsourced aviation service and repair.
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The UAS industry is one of the fastest-growing and most-lucrative areas of opportunity for pilots, mechanics, designers and forward-thinking businesses. Companies that want to test, train and fly UAS technology need access to facilities with classrooms, simulators, experts and the airspace that can accelerate their ideas. They need what only Aerodrome can provide.
Catering services available at both locations. Transportation to and from airport/hotel can be arranged (for large groups).
In an industry with so much potential and so much yet to discover, Aerodrome takes a future-based, forward-thinking approach. That begins with our groundbreaking facilities in Henderson and Boulder City, Nevada. Our safe, secure and FAA-compliant environment provides agencies and companies an unlimited ability to test, train, and fly the next wave of applications for the unmanned aircraft of today, and whatever tomorrow may bring.
Our classrooms, simulators and flying airspace can be used for testing ideas, theories and practical applications. Our expert instructors are always available for consultation, collaboration and instruction. Our facilities are also a resource for manufacturers to test and refine their new platform designs before testing the open market.
The are no limits in the development of uses, applications and opportunities for companies who invest in UAS. Taking a step onto the grounds of either of our primary locations is literally like taking a step into the future of the Unmanned Aircraft revolution.