Be legal: According to the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018, you can only fly an UAS (drone) if you are a certified Part 107 remote pilot OR if you fly under the programming of a community based organization (CBO).
The new law states everyone including hobbyists must take an aeronautical knowledge and safety test, and CBOs can administer the test to its members.
Stay up-to-date on rules and regulations.
Get free training for beginners, continuous updates by professionals and officials.
Get discounts on paid classes (such as Part 107 classes).
Use Club’s training field, authorized by the FAA
Get $2M insurance coverage for the hobbyists (included in the membership).
Discounted insurance for professional remote pilots.
Get discounts / perks shopping at participating vendors.
Get advice and tips on selecting drones, discuss technical and operational capabilities.
Access to the drone community in the neighborhood, make new friends, meet professional remote pilots.
Job referrals for professional remote pilots.
Advocating, defending your privilege to fly: have your voice heard. We are stronger if we work with local/government officials.
You must be a valid AMA member to join our club. If you are not a member, please join AMA.