Category Archives: FAA Part 107 Test

Federal Aviation Administration, (FAA): Unmanned Aircraft Systems, (UAS)

Before you begin flying your drone, determine what type of drone flyer you are: Recreation Flyer and Modeler, Community-Based Organization, Certificated Remote Pilot or Commercial Operator, Public Safety or Government User, Educational User Determining the above will let you know what rules and regulations apply to you when you fly. Then you can search to

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Aloft’s New Tool to Connect FAA Airspace with Local Drone Rules

By: Ishveena Singh May 11, 2022 As of 11 May 2022, Aloft Technologies launched a new free tool, Aloft Geo Portal, a new geospatial platform that publishes airspace and ground-rule advisories to Aloft data network. This includes B4UFLY. Aloft believes this tool can close the gap between FAA airspace rules and local ground rules for

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Drone Laws and Regulations

Below are resources where you can look up drone regulations and other useful drone information. The information found on these sites covers both recreational and commercial drone flying. For A Safer Airspace Master List of Drone Laws: USA States & Country Federal Aviation Administration: Recreational Use Search for more information Here (Last Edit 13 March

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What Is the FAA Required Part 107 Test?

It is a test to assess an individual’s knowledge for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Part 107 section that states that anyone wanting to conduct drone operation on a commercial level must obtain a drone pilot license (formally, remote pilot certificate with a small UAS rating). There are some eligibilty requirements one must meet in

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Why You Should Take The Part 107 Test and Get a Remote Pilot License?

Passing the Part 107 Knowledge Test is required by the FAA in order to legally operate a drone for conducting flight missions and collecting aerial images that are used for analyzing your crops and fields. Since Part 107 regulations were enacted into law, it has become illegal to fly a drone commercially without getting a

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The Drone Girl’s Best Part-107 Online Test-Prep 2023 List

You must pass the Federal Aviation Administration’s Aeronautical Knowledge Test, Part-107 Small UAS Rule test, to legally operate a drone commercially. A drone pilot’s license is needed for any type of drone flying that is not for recreational purposes. Here is a list of online courses that will prepare you for taking the Part-107 test

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