FAA Part 107 Study Guides

So you want to put your drone to work to earn money. Or your job requires aerial flight. You're going to need that FAA Part 107 license!

Thankfully, this certification process is easy if you're prepared for it.

But how do you prepare for the test?

Everyone learns differently, so there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Sometimes a simple Remote Pilot Test Prep booklet is more than adequate - or all you can afford. Others will want a full interactive course. Or maybe you've been studying using free Internet resources but need some extra training in one knowledge area, like airspace & chart-reading. 

There's no way I can tell you what you need, I can only offer you the solutions you're looking for.

What's on the FAA Part 107 test?

The Initial FAA Part 107 test contains five knowledge areas. Learn what these knowledge areas are here.

If you're wondering what the latest major Part 107 changes in 2021 are, you can read a rundown here.

How do you schedule the Part 107 test?

All Part 107 test scheduling is now done online, and this step-by-step guide will walk you through scheduling both your Initial and renewal tests.

What do you do after the Part 107 test?

If this is your first time taking the FAA Part 107 test, you're going to have some extra steps to do after passing your test; here's a walkthrough of those steps.

If you renewed your certificate, you're all set after the test!

Registering your drone

Don't forget to register your drone - this is an important piece of being a legitimate remote pilot. It's not just required for Part 107 pilots, it's required for everyone (with slight exceptions). Learn how to register your drone here.

FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Test Prep Course

FAA Part 107 Practice Tests