Academy of Model Aeronautics

Faa Greenlights Ama Drone Events Without Remote Id

FAA Greenlights AMA Drone Events Without Remote ID

In a pivotal development for drone enthusiasts across the nation, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) members the freedom to fly at sanctioned Drone Events without the need to broadcast remote identification information.…

Skydio Joins Uas4Stem To Empower Youth Drone Pilots

Skydio joins UAS4STEM to empower youth drone pilots

Skydio, a leading US drone and software manufacturer, has joined the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) Education program, UAS4STEM, to help empower young drone pilots and promote the use of drones in STEM education. The UAS4STEM program is a national…

What Cbo Should You Use? Good, Bad, And Ugly

What CBO Should You Use? Good, bad, and Ugly

If you’re flying a drone of any size for recreational purposes in the United States, you must select community-based organization guidelines, or CBO guidelines. Let’s take a look at three Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-approved CBOs, their guidelines, which one is…

Do You Trust The Faa'S Drone Numbers? - Faa Publishes Airworthiness Criteria For Certification Of 10 Different Drones

We don’t TRUST the FAA’s drone numbers at all!

Yesterday, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released the latest drone numbers. The numbers caused a lengthy discussion on Facebook as many drone professionals wondered if you can TRUST the FAA’s drone numbers, and what can be done to increase the…

Ama, Aopa, Eaa, And Wing Send Letter To Faa To Change Remote Id

AMA, AOPA, EAA, and Wing send letter to FAA to change Remote ID

The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA), the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), and Google’s drone delivery company, Wing, sent a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) urging the government agency to consider making…

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