Drone FAA Part 107 License Study Guide (2022 Edition): A Simplified Guide with 100 Test Questions and Answers to Ace Your 107 Test at First Attempt (Unabridged‪)‬

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If you're new to the sector, you've certainly heard that you can earn a living as a licensed drone operator, which seems insane, right? That's correct, and I'll teach you how to get started.

A remote pilot certificate is required to operate a drone for both recreational and business reasons. To get a remote pilot certificate using a small unmanned aircraft system, you must pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) knowledge exam. Although the exam is simple, you will not be able to pass unless you have the fundamental facts necessary by the FAA.

This helpful study tool starts with a basic overview of important facts before delving into the function of the FAA and the requirements for obtaining pilot certification. This subject study will help you grasp and provide extensive information on Aeronautical Sectional Charts, which will account for roughly 20 percent of your test questions along with other important topics.

Completing the FAA Part 107 test to become a professional remote pilot of unmanned drone aircraft may be challenging for those who are unfamiliar with fundamental aeronautical principles. PICs have access to a current and comprehensive library of aeronautical facts, ideas, and statistics produced by the Unmanned Safety Institute.

This study assists in the production of a helpful study guide by increasing understanding. Below are the features of this audiobook:

FAA review
Operation limitations
Hazardous fight operation
Hazardous attitudes
Night fight
Latitude and longitude
Traffic pattern
Weather and micrometeorology
Density altitude
Fourteen codes of federal regulation
Responsibilities and best practices of a remote pic
Careless or reckless operations
Daylight waivers and night operations
Visual line of sight operations
Right-of-way rules and the regulations around flying over people
Registration of your drone with FAA
Difference between a waiver and authorization
METAR reports
TAF reports
Weather effects on flight
Three main cloud formations
Different stages of a thunderstorm
Ceilings and visibility
Differences between stable and unstable air masses
Airspace classification system
Different kinds of special-use airspace

This guide will help you concentrate your attention on anticipating inquiries so that you may save time and money. This research increases comprehension and assists in the creation of a useful study guide. Among the topics addressed are FAA laws, the National Airspace System, weather, loading and performance, and operations. It will assist you in focusing your attention on preparing the anticipated questions in order to save time and resources. It also includes the most often asked questions, as well as the correct answers, to assist you in better understanding how to operate a commercial drone as a PIC.

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Brett Zurawski
hr min
June 3
Herman Peyton