The results are in, and they look great! Under the new Transport Canada rules for drones starting June 1st, 2019, RPAS operators (drones are now called RPAS) are required to hold Basic or Advanced certificates to fly RPAS commercially. We at ASAP officially received our Advanced Certification this past weekend are are proud to announce this means we will continue to be able to provide our amazing services and media and are now available in even more and unique locations! For more information, feel free to contact us directly!
Thank you to all who have supported us on our journey over the years, and here's to the many more to come!
On behalf of all of us here at Air Support Aerial Photography, we hope you have a amazing 2017!
2017 is going to be a very exciting year for us, and we hope for you to be a part of it! With new operations, new services, expanding portfolio and new laws to consult on, we have been adapting everyday to the ever-changing industry.
Again, we hope you have a great year! Here we go, 2017!
Operations Manager and Owner - A.S.A.P.
Hello, everyone! A quick update!
2017 is fast approaching, and due to this, we have recently been looking over this past amazing year! Thank you to all of you who have supported us through our now 3 years of operations! Wow!
We wouldn't be here without you, and for that, we thank you again from the bottom of our hearts!!
To rap this quick post up, below is a link to our Youtube video showing some basic Summer stock footage of Barrie, Ontario this past summer! (missing the warm days!). Enjoy, and MANY more to come - with videos, photos AND 3D projects! Happy landings!
Henry is the founder and operator of Air Support Aerial Photography. Here he talks about A.S.A.P. news, drone industry news, and opinion pieces!