The FAA is getting closer to tightening regulations on pilots and the use of their drones. More and more drone users are engaging into commercial practices without the part 107 license the FAA requires you to have to earn money with your drone. These rules have been put in place for a reason and most of it has to do with safety. FAA licensed commercial drone pilots have attended the required courses, taken the written test and earned right to pursue a commercial career piloting their drones. Those who ignore and break the law subjugate legitimate pilots with never ending regulations and laws restricting them from doing their jobs. New England Drone Works, LLC has the way to a low cost solution: teach a course that will help non-licensed commercial users and those who seek to use their drones to make money legitimately.
New England Drone Works, LLC has become a leader in the industry providing the most professional products and services money can buy. Our professional and dedicated staff knows what it takes to get the job done in a reasonable amount of time and with the best results. We also extend this professionalism to our FAA Part 107 license course. Our instructor, Jim Weston, is a licensed Part 107 pilot who dedicates himself to his work and his professional abilities. Working as a training coordinator for the The Maine Conservation Corps, AmeriCorps, within the confines of the Maine dept. of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, he has written the training manuals and personally trained veterans and civilians alike in many factors pertaining to conservation, safety and personnel management.