Next RPL Class commencing 20th September 2021

TRAINING

Begin your journey to a fulfilling career within the UAS industry by joining our top-tier
aviation training institution that is licensed and certified by KCAA.  CONTACT US to find out more

01

Remote Pilot License (RPL)

Key requirements for anyone looking to operate a drone commercially.

02

Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS)

Requirements to enable operations where the pilot cannot maintain direct unaided visual contact with the UAS.

COMING SOON
03

Specialized UAS Applications Course

Specialized UAS applications training gives you the ability to be industry-ready.

COMING SOON

OPERATIONS

We offer customized and cost-effective solutions to meet your corporate and individual needs. Let UAS technology be a solution to your business transformation. 
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ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS

Through our world class equipment and certified personnel we offer a wide variety of services across different industries to ensure you quality work at cost effective rates allowing you to save your working capital for your core business needs.

DATA PROCESSING AND MANAGEMENT

Make the most of every UAS flight by ensuring effective data collection, transmission, processing, and storage to meet every customer’s needs.

MAINTENANCE

Tailor-made and cost effective maintenance solutions to ensure your aircraft are always ready to go.

UAS Traffic Management

We take away the hassle that comes with managing of your UAS assets i.e.

Giving you proper oversight of your operations and providing situational awareness for pilots during flight. 
CONTACT US to find out how we can get your UAS business to the next level.

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NEWS

KQ drone licence to cost pilots Sh180,000

Aspiring drone pilots seeking to train with Kenya Airways will part with Sh180,000 for a month course to obtain a Remote Pilot License (RPL) as the national carrier moves to diversify its revenue stream in the wake of low demand for passengers.

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NEWS

Fahari pilots new approach to Kenya's wildlife census with UAS

Fahari Aviation’s drones and crew piloted the use of drones in the exercise that aims to establish a national baseline of wildlife populations and their distribution in Kenya. The census was coordinated by the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the newly established Wildlife Research and Training Institute (WRTI) with financial support from the national government.

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