Guam's First Drone Lab Officially Opens
By Pacific Island Times News Staff
Bella Wings to manufacture unmanned aircraft
Bella Wings Aviation has unveiled Guam's first flight lab with the official opening of its offices and laboratory facilities at Tumon Sands Plaza on Aug. 31.
BWA has been working to establish a drone development programs that includes the light manufacturing of drones to be used for STEM education, First Person View Flying and Racing, videography, and - most importantly - customized for the needs of first responders.
The new flight lab demonstrates BWA's commitment to the technological advancement of Guam.