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Discussion in 'Pilot Training' started by Derrick, Jan 11, 2017.
Do you know where I can find out more information about getting DRONE FAA License???
Have you tried the FAA website? That is where most people start.
Many resources out there. Search for "Remote Pilot Certificate".
The FAA site is of course the most "official" place to go:
AOPA has some good information:
You don't say whether you are an existing pilot or not, that makes a big difference in the route to take.
If your just flying a small ordinary drone that you can buy at bestbuy.. you dont even need a license (with certain rules being followed).. just fyi.
the UAS cert is for commercial ops ($$$) OR just an extra cert to have in your pocket.
FAAST site has an online training for part 107 for existing pilots that can be used to get a CFI sign off in IACRA.
If you're already a Part 61 pilot there is a shortcut for certification. Goto FAASafety.gov and take the course ALC-451. Takes about an hour and a half and there's a 35-question quiz at the end.
If you aren't a pilot of manned aircraft, goto www.UAVGroundSchool.com
Our school offers a UAS course if your getting the cert or want some training.
Besides that if you already hold a cert go to the FAAST site and take the 30 min drone course. Then fill out a 8713 and have a CFI friend sign it for a beer.