Nevada Drone Airport is Now Up and Flying

Nevada Drone Airport is Now Up and Flying
Innovation

Aerodrome positions itself as hub of UAS industry

Kiran Umapathy
  • 23 march 2016


Leadership at Aerodrome, a teaching airport and builder of a 50-acre drone airport in Boulder City, Nevada has confirmed that the site is intermittently operational.

Construction on the site, a public and commercial airport for drones broke late last year and has made steady progress. It’s hosted both Section 333 operators (those approved by the FAA to operate unmanned aircraft in the National Airspace System) and amateur racing in the first quarter of this year. Phased development is allowing the area to remain during construction and completion of the site and training facilities is expected in the next two to three years.

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