How To Earn Your Remote Pilot Certificate (Easily)

FAA 107 Exam Prep

With a Part 107 license, you can earn money by flying your drone. Drones are used in a variety of industries, including:

Real estate listings

Stock photography

Cell phone tower inspections

Aerial mapping

Agricultural inspections and spraying

Search and rescue

Drone package deliveries

Livestreaming events

Movie productions

Construction progress reporting

Insurance estimates

Part 107 is named after the US regulations that govern drone operations (14 CFR Part 107).

Unless they qualify for the exemption for recreational flyers, all drone operators in the United States are subject to Part 107 laws by default (which is called 44809).

To fly your drone under recreational rules, you must meet all nine of the following requirements:

You fly your drone for strictly recreational purposes.

You fly your drone using the rules of a Community Based Organization (CBO).

You fly your drone within visual line of sight.

Your flying doesn’t interfere with and gives way to manned aircraft.

You get airspace authorization before flying in controlled airspace.

You fly your drone no more than 400 feet above ground level.

You have taken the The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST).

You have registered your drone if it weighs more than 250 grams.

You don’t fly your drone dangerously or recklessly.

If you don’t meet all of the conditions above, then you are automatically flying your drone under Part 107 laws.

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