Suntuity AirWorks Academy

Make your dreams of legitimate aerial services a reality.

Get certified as a Suntuity AirWorks Dealer.




Join The Academy And Set Yourself Apart from Your Peers

AirWorks Academy is an institution developed by Suntuity AirWorks to provide drone and UAS certification training with physical access to platforms and payloads across a spectrum of industry verticals. 

With our high level, in-depth training from industry insiders across aviation, energy, agriculture, real estate, telecom and beyond, we’re seeking to further legitimize the drone service sector with Part 107 certified pilots ready to take the next step in their drone service career.


The FAA predicts that the drone service industry will need over 400k pilots by 2021, which is a 400% increase over the current number of pilots in the market. With exponential growth in the demand and application of drone pilots throughout the USA, Suntuity AirWorks Academy is positioned to take only the most professionally inclined individuals through the means of further developing their skills, services, and opportunities in this booming sales sector.


When you receive your Certified Drone Professional (CDP) certification, you become a Suntuity AirWorks partner and gain access to industry specific training in solar, wind, power, and oil & gas ─ but that’s not all.

You will also receive advanced equipment discounts, high-level job prioritization for service projects in your area, and all future training operations, positioning you far above the competition you face as a drone pilot in the service industry.


The AirWorks Academy curriculum covers a wide range of drone processes necessary for the legal and successful application of drone-based technologies.

  • FAA Part 107 Regulations
  • Airspace
  • Hands on Flight Training
  • UAV Equipment
  • Payload / Sensor Equipment
  • FAA Drone Registration
  • Weather
  • Flight Planning
  • Airspace Authorizations – LAANC
  • Checklists & Risk Assessments
  • Insurance – Aviation & Business
  • Fleet Management
  • Record Keeping
  • Oil & Gas Services
  • Solar Services
  • Real Estate Services
  • Telecom Services
  • Agriculture Services

How to Become an AirWorks Certified Drone Professional

If you are currently Part 107 certified or activity working toward gaining your Part 107 certification ,  fill out our application for your chance to enhance your opportunities throughout the country.

Need assistance with obtaining Part 107 certification?(talk to one of our experienced team members who can advise candidates on how to start the Part 107 Journey)

Upon qualification, a CDP representative will schedule a call with you to take you through the next steps and answer any questions you have regarding training content, CDP benefits and expectations, and strategic partnership opportunities.

CDP training is conducted every other month in major metro locations across the USA. See upcoming training dates in the following section and include your requested training location in your application. Please note that there are a limited number of training slots available for each session.

Suntuity AirWorks is the UAV and Drone services division of the Suntuity Group of Companies ─ a renewable energy organization that has been developing, financing, building, owning and operating residential, commercial, and utility-scale energy solutions around the world since 2008.

Suntuity AirWorks offers drone and UAV service offerings in multiple countries and across the US with a first ever industry-specific team that services dozens of industries. The business was formed after realizing the technology’s potential outside of the energy space and is now one of the largest UAV services in the US.

Formalized training package to market and sell to both US and international cities & municipalities

Equipment leasing offerings for high ends UAVs and sensors to Part 107 operators

Training to market and sell to police, fire, and disaster relief organizations across the US

Training Dates

When Can I Become A Certified Drone Partner?