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Drone Course in Malaga


– Approved by AESA –

At Grupo One Air, you will be able to train with our Drone Pilot courses in Malaga. Also, you will obtain the necessary drone ratings and technical specialisation courses to work with drones legally and safely.


We provide you with absolutely personalised training, with individual classes (one-to-one) in which you will have an instructor all to yourself. Additionally, you can choose the itinerary that best suits your availability: two hours a day in the morning or in the afternoon.

Furthermore, whether you want to work with drones professionally or just fly for leisure, in our school, you will find the right training for your needs.

Drone course in malaga with DJI Inspire 2.

    + Certified Drone Ratings

At Grupo One Air E-ATO 190, we are an Approved Training Organisation; which authorises us to give certified drones courses that are approved by AESA.

We are also certified to teach the different specific drone ratings, depending on the activity you want to develop as a Professional Drone Pilot.

All our drone pilot training is done according to RD 1036/2017 of December 15th, which regulates the use of RPAS and their circulation and navigation in Spanish airspace.

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DJI Phantom 4

DJI Mavic Zoom

Parrot Disco FPV


DJI Inspire 2


– Also in English –

We offer you the possibility to study the theoretical part of the Drone License online. You only need an Internet connection to be able to attend the classes in real-time with your personal instructor.

Besides, language is not a problem. We teach the Official Drone Course also in English. Consult our advisors for the course schedule in Spanish and English availability.

The theoretical phase of our VIP Drone Course takes two weeks and three days, during which you can choose the schedule that best suits you: mornings from 9:00 to 11:00, or afternoons from 15:30 to 17:30.

In addition, throughout the training, you will have full access to the platform and our entire library of educational resources, with videos, graphics and more.



Operating Principles and Aeronautical Regulations

General Knowledge of the Aircraft

Performance of the Aircraft

Air Navigation and Map Analytics


Human Factors in RPAS Piloting


Applicable Aeronautical Language

Knowledge of Air Traffic Services

Advanced Communications

ATC Knowledge

Official Theoretical Examination is included


Drone Rating *

General Features of the Aircraft


Emergency Manoeuvres

Normal Procedures

Equipment, Mass and Balance

Assembly, Adjustements and Launching

 5 Practical Sessions in our airfield

Practical Flight Examination

* To choose between DJI Phantom 4 and DJI Mavic Pro.

Topics we’ll talk about

✔ Choosing the perfect drone for each activity.

Drones in the industry and market niches to be explored.

✔ Manufacturer-specific and third-party software.

✔ Image processing software.

Flight Authorisation Processing.

Classic mistakes to avoid for a safe flight.


Getting a fixed-wing drone rating will allow you to expand your services as an RPAS pilot. Unlike multirotor aircraft, fixed-wing drones, due to their specifications and flight capabilities, are used for thermography, surveillance and forest control, among others.

In this way, having the possibility of covering large areas of land and minimising to a great extent the operation times, it becomes possible to achieve specialised tasks, impossible to do with a multicopter.

Parrot Disco FPV

The Parrot Disco FPV, our smart fixed-wing drone, is capable of remaining in flight for up to 45 minutes, develops perfect glide and reaches speeds of up to 80 km/h. It is also designed for FPV/UAV and incorporates an advanced stabilisation system with anti-loss.

Contents of the
Fixed-Wind Drone Course

Advanced Drone Pilot Course (62 h)

Official Theoretical Examination

Parrot Disco FPV Specific Theoretical-Practical Course (5h)

Theoretical Aircraft Examination

3 Simulator Sessions

3 Practical Sessions in our airfield

Practical Examination



62h Theory One-to-One
Phantom or Mavic Rating
5 Real-Flight Sessions
Official Exams
Exam fees included

€ 850

* Consult the price for other ratings or fixed-wing drone.




Why to do the Drone Course in Malaga with One Air?

  • No previous experience required

    Our drone course requires no previous experience, and it is adapted to all levels of expertise.

  • AESA Drones Course

    Official training centre approved by the AESA.

  • DJI Drones Courses

    With the best and most advanced drones from the leading brand.

  • Also Online

    With the possibility of studying the theory on our online platform, comfortably and from wherever you prefer.

  • Professional Team

    We are professional pilots and registered drone operators. Thousands of flight hours and qualified students are our guarantee.

  • Best Price

    Quality training and the latest technology within reach of any pocket.


We give you a joystick to turn your smartphone into a funny flight simulator.

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Frequently Asked Questions
about drones and our courses

An RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aircraft System) is a subgroup within UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles).

RPAS differ from UAVs in that at all times there must be a pilot taking responsibility for the flight. Which means that, although the drone is flying autonomously, the pilot is continuously monitoring it and can take control at any time. In addition, the rule indicates that a pilot may not fly more than one drone at a time.

Then any remotely piloted aircraft will be a drone. Therefore, we can find drones such as aircraft, helicopters, multicopters, hybrids, or other types that can be developed. Balloons and airships are excluded.

The current regulation allows for drones up to 150kg. For drones under 25kg it will only be necessary to have completed the specific RPAS knowledge course. For those weighing over 25kg, you will need to have a pilot license, or certified technical knowledge to acquire one. In addition, drones weighing more than 25kg must be registered and obtain an airworthiness certificate.

We invite you to read our post about the Spanish drone laws if you want to be aware of the current legislative situation. And if you are going to travel, you might also be interested in reading this other post about the Drone Law in the US.

In addition, you may also be interested in keeping an eye on the new European EASA Drone Regulations that is about to be implemented.

If you want to fly a drone with recreational purposes, you do not need any AESA drone licenses or permits. You won’t even need civil liability insurance. What you must do is comply with the regulations that determine in which areas you are allowed fly drones, which is different from the regulations governing their use for professional purposes.

At One Air, we offer drone training courses for professional purposes. Many students decide to take this course without necessarily wanting to pilot drones professionally, since they want to obtain comprehensive information and training in order to learn how to use drones safely and to their full potential. To fly drones for professional purposes, you will need to obtain a series of certifications.

The most suitable places to fly drones is in areas that have been specifically set up for this purpose, that is, at flying clubs. Drones can also be flown in other areas as long as you do not exceed 120 meters in height, do not approach airports or airfields, do not fly at night and do not fly over urban areas or crowds of people. There are no restrictions on drone flying within enclosed areas.

The use of drones in Spain is regulated by Royal Decree 1036/2017 of December 30. You can download the document at https://www.boe.es/boe/dias/2017/12/29/pdfs/BOE-A-2017-15721.pdf

In summary, it establishes the following requirements:

  • Have theoretical aviation knowledge applicable to the use of drones. Such knowledge can be accredited by specific courses for drones or by possession of flight licenses. Another way is the accreditation of theoretical knowledge of a flight license. Both formulas require training in an authorised aviation school (ATO).
  • LAPL or Class 2 medical certificate. Which are required for other aerial activities.
  • Certificate of theoretical and flight knowledge of a specific drone. Through a theoretical course on the drone and practical classes that certification is accredited, which is valid for flying that drone and any that have reasonable similarities (weight, speed, safety system).
  • Work for a drone operating company or be yourself as a freelance drone operator. Being a drone operator consists in preparing a documentation about the type of activity that will be carried out so that AESA has proof and gives its approval.
  • Liability insurance.

Currently, each country has its own regulations and do not allow cross-border activity. A common regulation is being developed at the European level so that the certifications obtained in one country are valid in the other member states of the European Union.

Currently, the restrictions are as follows:

  • No flying 120 meters above the ground.
  • No flying at night.
  • No flying over urban areas.
  • No flying over crowds of people.
  • No flying at less than 8km distance from an airport without having previously agreed upon it with the airport.
  • No flying in controlled airspace.
  • There are also local restrictions on flying or taking aerial photographs.

The certifications of technical knowledge and skills for specific drone models do not require renewing. The medical certificate must be renewed periodically depending on your age.

You have to be a drone operator, which you can be as a registered company or freelancer.

This will depend on the work you want to do. It is a market in full expansion and the supply of equipment with potential professional applications grows every day.

An important feature of any aircraft is reliability. This reliability is provided by the company’s experience and the number of drones of that model that have been sold. If many units have been delivered of a given model, this usually means that it does a good job of covering the needs of many people and that there will be a lot of feedback regarding issues that may have arisen in those models.

At One Air, we advise our students on the acquisition of their drones offering them all our expertise and keeping up to date with all the new developments in the market.

The company operating drones may be the owner or, alternatively, rent them. In either case, you must notify AESA of what specific drones you are using, each needing civil liability insurance for professional use.

Exceptionally and with proof of having taken adequate security measures, it is AESA can authorise specific flights that do not comply with some of the points of the regulation. Therefore, AESA will have the last word in these cases and there is no way to guarantee the viability of a job until the relevant consultation has been made.

At One Air, we provide advice on the channels to make these requests and how to submit them, as well as which local permits must also be requested.


Official Drone Pilot License