About Pro Fly Center
Pro Fly Center | DJI Academy is an European drone training project. Through experience with partners and EU-wide networking, over 5000 people have already been trained and up to 700 courses have been made. Despite the international character, the training products are adapted to the needs of German and European customers. The basic training gives beginners all the information they need to get started safely. We explain how to prepare the drone for flight and how to fly it safely. However, we also pay great attention to legal issues.
The basic training courses are theoretical and if required a practical part can be booked in addition.
For prospective and already active drone pilots, the Pro Fly Center also conducts training for the EU Certificate of Competency / new drone qualification. These are conducted by our partners and Pro Fly Center, depending on the drone (CE class mark or existing drone), entitle you to fly safely and legally in subcategory A2.
In direct cooperation with the market leader DJI, training courses are offered for private drone users, as well as professional workshops for industry professionals. For commercial applications, we offer special courses with Pix4D, Agisoft Metashape Pro, Micasense and Flir. These not only save time and money, but also open up new applications in the field of work.
- „Fly Smart and Safe” – safe and responsible flying.
- „Only with the best” – industry experienced trainers.
- „Practice makes perfect” – practical training for beginners and professionals with comprehensive learning materials and the best equipment.
- „Support for our customers” – information and accessibility.
Our main cities:
- Bangkok (TH)
- Berlin (D)
- Karlsruhe (D)
- Frankfurt (D)
- Hamburg (D)
- Warsaw (PL)
- Wien (AT)
- Wrocław (PL)
Our team consists of industry experienced trainers and certified drone flight instructors. We have experts for every subject area. Our instructors for DJI trainings are officially certified by the DJI Academy and are therefore exclusive to us in Germany and Poland.