BVLOS (A) - NSTS-07 - Obtain a permission to fly unmanned aircrafts beyond the line of sight


Permission which allows you to perform unmanned aircraft flights beyond the line of sight. The training is carried out on an unmanned aircraft

1100.00 EUR
850 EUR
Product description

Theoretical and practical training to obtain a UAVO qualification certificate with the authority to perform non-sighted flights of BVLOS. The training is conducted on an unmanned aircraft weighing up to 25 kg


  • aviation law;
  • meteorology;
  • man as a pilot and operator of UAV - possibilities and limitations;
  • navigation of unmanned flights;
  • operational procedures;
  • Flight performance and planning;
  • general knowledge about unmanned aircraft;
  • flight safety, emergency situations and procedures;


  • Preparation for the flight (operational preparation, technical preparation)
  • Flight planning
  • Conducting aviation activities
  • Cooperation with other airspace users
  • Actions after flight
  • Hazardous situations
  • Collecting data to create an orthophotomap and point cloud


  • 18 years of age
  • Valid aeronautical medical examination (necessary before the practical part of the training, after notification of participation in the training, we will send you information and instructions on how to obtain it)


  • The training price includes training materials.
  • Prices are valid for UAVO licenses up to 5 kg. There is a possibility of increasing the weight category to 25 kg, for this purpose you need to purchase an MR 25 kg training
  • The cost of the training does not include the cost of aeronautical medical examination - PLN 300
  • The price of the training does not include the costs of the state examination - PLN 214

Unmanned aircraft flying out of sight have great potential. Flights out of sight allow you to take advantage of all the potential that these platforms give you.

Unmanned aircraft are divided into several classes. The smallest are mini class planes that fly flights within 20 km, bigger ones are a tactical class and can fly in a radius of up to 100km, even larger MALE airplanes (Medium Altitude Long Endurance) - they fly at medium altitudes and the flight time exceeds 10 hours. The class representing the largest unmanned aircraft is HALE (High Altitude Long Endurance) - they fly at very high altitudes, often above passenger planes and can stay in the air even for a few days.

Most of the unmanned aircraft produced for the civilian market are in the MINI class. The starting mass of the most popular systems does not exceed 12 kg so that the drone can be launched from the hand. These aircraft are used for monitoring missions and photogrammetry. Planes for monitoring are equipped with heads stabilized with a daylight camera or thermal imaging camera (sometimes both cameras are in the head at the same time). The transmitted image is received by the Ground Control Station in short GCS (Ground Colntrol Station). Airplanes that collect data record them most often on their board. Data after landing are ripped and processed to obtain valuable information.

Aircraft control in BVLOS flights is carried out using the special Mission Planner software, which allows you to enter the so-called turning points. Way Point, creating computerized photogrammetric missions and tracking drone parameters during the flight. Communication with the drone takes place via a telemetry link, some aircraft can communicate via the mobile phone network, but communication is then limited to the submission of positional information.

The "BVLOS A" training is worth combining with training for a higher mass category, thanks to which you will be able to perform flights with unmanned airplanes weighing up to 25 kg.

If you are interested in BVLOS training on a multirotor.Choose "BVLOS" in the "Offer" tab.


Fun facts:

  • The largest unmanned aircraft is Golobal Hawk, whose weight is 15 tons. It can stay in the air for weeks because it is refueled by air tanks
  • The Polish Border Guard patrols the boundaries using MINI class unmanned aerial vehicles (span around 4 meters) equipped with thermal imaging cameras and daylight cameras.
  • The first unmanned aircraft which was used to kill a man is the MQ1 - Predator