Resource Center

Airspace Commander Resource Center

As an Airspace Commander, you operate as an 1099 Independent Contractor servicing on-demand work for Airspace Technologies. 

Have any questions? Below are some common FAQs that we've encountered. If you have a question that is not listed below, don't hesistate to reach out.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the volume like in my area?

What is the volume like in my area?

We have nationwide coverage and actively facilitate shipments throughout the United States. Our volume fluctuates based on geographic area, customer requirements, and other factors; but our growth has fueled steady increases across the country due to our dedicated driver base. 

What will I be transporting?

What will I be transporting?

We work with some of America's largest and most respected companies to keep their operations running. Anything an organization may need to keep their operations running, we may transport - from aircraft parts, cash registers, semiconductors, medical devices or organs for transplants, we've shipped it. 

What information can you tell me?

What information can you tell me?

Airspace Technologies is a technology-enabled, time-critical service provider. We integrate technology, people, and services through an industry-first, automated software platform that gives our customers a true end-to-end supply chain solution with full visibility. We created our technology platform to eliminate the transparency issues and challenges that customers face today.

What is an STA number and why is it important?

What is an STA number and why is it important?

An STA number is a Security Threat Assesment number. This number is provided by the TSA once an STA application has been submitted.

Do I need to be TSA certified to drive with Airspace?

Do I need to be TSA certified to drive with Airspace?

While not every shipment requires a TSA driver, we require all of our Commanders to go through the TSA certification process. At Airspace, we will work side-by-side with you to become TSA certified and trained so you can begin earning more money as an Airspace Commander.

I'm certified, do I have to fill out the application?

I'm certified, do I have to fill out the application?

Yes. Per TSA regulations, we are required to have a completed STA application for each of our independent contractors. We can, however, expedite your STA application with your active STA number.

What tasks will I be completing while driving?

What tasks will I be completing while driving?

When transporting a shipment, we make it simple. By utilizing our CourierConnect mobile app, we streamline the delivery process to simplify scanning packages, generating the fastest route, delivering shipments, and providing accurate proof of delivery reports. If any additional paperwork is required, an operations specialist will always assist in completing the correct documentation.

I own my own transportation company, can I still apply?

I own my own transportation company, can I still apply?

Yes. We work with both independent contractors and service partners to facilitate shipments throughout the nation. Please apply online, and then reach out to our driver team at drivers@airspacetechnologies.com

What is the best way to talk to a representative at Airspace?

What is the best way to talk to a representative at Airspace?

We’re always open to talking to potential Commanders. Our driver representative can be contacted using the following: drivers@airspacetechnologies.com | 858-201-4893

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Driver Terminology

Driver Terminology

Air WayBill
An 8 digit long tracking number provided by the airlines.
Tender
The process of delivering a shipment to an airline.
Recover
The process of picking up a shipment from an airline.
IAC
IAC stands for Indirect Air Carrier.
Shipper
The person or entity who is shipping the package.
Consignee
The person who will be recovering the package from an airline.