FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Exam Prep Course
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HD Video Lectures
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Over 300 Practice Questions
Including ACTUAL FAA Drone Questions.
75+ Page Downloadable E-Book Study Guide
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NEW: Weekly Live Facebook Office Hours / Q&A conducted by FAA Pilot/Expert
Meet Your Course Instructors...
David Young, Chief Instructor
David is the founder of Drone Launch Academy. He is an FAA-Certified Advanced Ground Instructor, which means he has been tested and certified by the FAA to prepare students for FAA knowledge exams, such as the Unmanned Aircraft knowledge exam. Mr. Young is also an FAA-Certified Remote Pilot and has had his Private Pilot Certificate for nearly a decade.
Andrew Zimmitti, Regulation Instructor
Andrew Zimmitti is a partner at the prestigious law firm, Manatt, Phelps, and Phillips, LLP, located in Washington, DC. Mr. Zimmitti has been practicing law for over 20 years, and is well versed in aviation and drone law. Combining his experience as an FAA-Certified Private Pilot and career in the Navy and top-tier law firms, Andrew assists clients in navigating the regulatory environment of UAV operations.
Col. Don Berchoff (USAF Ret.), Weather Instructor
Don Berchoff is a retired Air Force Colonel who was once the Chief of Weather Programs for the entire United States Air Force. After completing his service with the Air Force, Col. Berchoff became the Director of Science and Technology at the National Weather Service. Don also was the Base Commander at the Air Force base in Manas, Kyrgyzstan, where he led 1,500 coalition forces. Don is currently the CEO of TruWeather Solutions.
Maj. Nathan Green (USAF Ret.), Weather Instructor
Nathan was a Major in the United States Air Force, where he led weather operations for Air Force One and the Air Force Chief of Staff. Maj. Green was a meteorologist and weather forecaster for military UAV operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. After retiring from the Air Force, Nathan contributed to the FAA's NEXGEN weather program which is instrumental in enhancing future passenger airline safety and reducing system-wide weather delays.
To read more about our instructors, visit our About Us page.
PreviewIntroduction and Background (1:40)
PreviewPart 107 Eligibility and Requirements (1:40)
PreviewDrone Registration and Remote Pilot In Command (1:50)
PreviewHazardous Operations (0:53)
PreviewRegulatory Deviation and Accident Reporting (2:07)
StartOperating Limitations (3:49)
StartFlight Over People (9:03)
StartFlight Over Moving Vehicles (3:19)
StartFlight At Night (3:50)
PreviewVisual Line of Sight (2:35)
PreviewAirspace Restrictions and Requirements (1:41)
StartPreflight Requirements (1:20)
StartWaivers and Compliance (1:53)
StartRemote ID (3:24)
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*Important Information About Our Drone Launch Pass Guarantee*
In order to qualify for the Drone Launch Pass Guarantee, before attempting the Unmanned Aircraft knowledge exam you must have:
- Completed all modules in the course and
- Received a Drone Launch Academy Certificate of Completion, obtained by achieving a passing score (80% or better) on one of the Final Exams. You must also have scored an 80% or higher on one of our practice Final Exams within 7 days before taking your FAA unmanned aircraft knowledge exam.
In the unfortunate event that you do fail your Unmanned Aircraft knowledge exam, please complete the refund form at dronelaunchacademy.com/107refund to receive your course refund and your exam registration fee credit.
You need to submit your refund request within 90 days of taking your Unmanned Aircraft knowledge exam.
Disclaimer: Individual results may vary.