Flyby Technology sets the benchmark for drone pilot training, offering comprehensive programs designed to meet the highest standards, including the A2 Certificate of Competency (A2 CofC), General Visual Line of Sight Certificate (GVC), and Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) qualifications. What sets Flyby apart is its unparalleled commitment to excellence, evident through its team of instructors who boast extensive experience in training manned aviation pilots to the exacting standards of the Royal Air Force's Central Flying School.

With thousands of hours of experience in aviation instruction, Flyby's instructors bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to drone training. They leverage their background in manned aviation to instill discipline, precision, and safety into every aspect of drone piloting.

The training curriculum at Flyby is meticulously crafted to cover all essential aspects of drone operation, from regulatory compliance to practical flight skills. Students undergo rigorous classroom instruction, hands-on flight training, and simulation exercises to ensure proficiency in diverse scenarios.

Emphasizing safety as the cornerstone of their training, Flyby instils a culture of responsible drone operation, adhering to industry best practices and regulatory requirements. This includes thorough understanding and application of airspace regulations, risk assessment, emergency procedures, and ethical considerations.

Flyby's training doesn't stop at basic certification; they also offer specialised courses tailored to advanced operations like BVLOS flights. These courses delve into advanced navigation techniques, communication protocols, and risk mitigation strategies necessary for safe and efficient beyond-line-of-sight operations.

Upon completion of training, students emerge not only certified but also equipped with the confidence and skills to operate drones competently and responsibly in a variety of environments. Flyby's commitment to excellence and its instructors' pedigree ensure that graduates are among the best-trained drone pilots, ready to excel in the ever-evolving field of unmanned aviation.

James Keown

Thales Business Development Manager

It is breaking the barriers in showing what is possible by employing existing technology. And to show people, to demonstrate visually, that we can use lightweight precision weapons from this latest generation of, let’s call it a tactical platform, where we can have, perhaps, two rounds and we can exploit all the benefits of LMM as precise. It has a good range, you know, it’s like two to 6km, and can be used against a variety of high-value threats.

Jon Parker

Flyby Technology CEO

you want to win you have to be a step ahead and everybody else is racing ahead and we need to be able to either catch up or overtake. Jackal is the start of that process. Up until now, drones have been used in a very light tactical way or as a big standoff surveillance platform and reconnaissance platform, sometimes with missiles on them to do small interventions on roads in Afghanistan and things like that.

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