Welcome to AirShare Part 101 training!
- are a new UAV flyer
- want to get a good grounding in how to fly safely and responsibly in New Zealand in accordance with your obligations under Civil Aviation Rules Parts 101 & 102
- are a current UAV flyer who wants to test your existing knowledge
then Drone 101 is for you!
Note: As Drone 101 is an online, interactive training course, it is not available as a PDF or in printed format. You will be emailed instructions on your login and how to access Drone 101 after you complete your purchase. Your Drone 101 Airbook is accessible via your mobile device (iOS or Android) and via any internet browser.
What they say about AirShare Training...
Drone 101 is an excellent resource and should be on every drone operator’s shelf. The interactive book makes it an enjoyable read. You can test your knowledge at each section making it easier to remember important safety features. I highly recommend it. Read Maria’s full review.
What do you learn with the Drone 101 Airbook?
Civil Aviation Rules that are applicable to you and how to fly within those rules
The difference between controlled and uncontrolled airspace and other airspace restrictions
How weather impacts your flying
How to log your flights on AirShare and get Air Traffic Control authorisation
Who you need permission from under Civil Aviation Rule Part 101
How to read a Visual Navigation Chart (VNC)
What NOTAMS are and if you need to file one
Airshare.co.nz has teamed up with Airways Training specialists to develop a fun, interactive and handy course that can be accessed via your mobile device (IOS/Android) or your home or work computer.
The Drone 101 Airbook course covers helpful tips, Civil Aviation Rules and airspace, flight preparation and planning, operations and also includes 6 useful checklists to guide you through your drone flights from start to finish.
To see what additional information you will have access to, see the product comparison chart below:
Note, the Drone 101 Airbook includes details of your drone flying obligations under Civil Aviation Rules Part 101 and 102 but flying drones in New Zealand requires you to comply with laws (including local council bylaws) in addition to those Rule Parts that are not included in this Airbook. As the Drone 101 Airbook does not include details of those additional laws, in order to fly your drone safely and legally you will need to ensure that you understand and comply with any such additional laws.