Drone Study Guide

Drone Study Guide

Designed by pilots, for pilots.

Drone Study Guide provides the best prep course for drone pilots so you can easily and affordably prepare for the Part 107 Aeronautical Knowledge Test.

Pass Guarantee

We are so confident in our study guide that if you follow it step by step, we guarantee you will pass the exam. If you don't, we'll offer you a full refund.

Prepare with confidence

  • Easy to follow guides and lectures with graphics 
  • Checklist with instructions on how to enroll for the exam at your local FAA-licensed testing center and how to register your drone with the FAA after you pass your exam

What You Get

  • Interactive study guide with information in accordance with UAS Airman Certification Standards
  • 24/7 study support by our FAA certified team of pilots
  • Practice quizzes after every section to help you grasp key concepts
  • Downloadable course slides for access offline
  • Guarantee that you will pass the exam or your money back

Curriculum

Get an inside look at the materials covered in our study guide.

SECTION 1: RULES & REGULATIONS

Discover operating requirements, pre-flight responsibilities as the Remote Pilot in Command, and safety guidelines according to FAA regulation.

 

SECTION 2: AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATC) & NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM (NAS)

Understand the different types of airspace classifications, learn visual flight rules terms & symbols, and master sectional charts.

 

SECTION 3: WEATHER

Learn about the various aviation weather sources, understand weather reports & forecasts, and dig deeper into the effects of weather on your drone.

 

SECTION 4: DRONE FLIGHT OPERATIONS

Introduce yourself to the basics of drone flight operation. In this section we will teach you: what to do in the event of an emergency, radio communication procedures, the physiological factors affecting pilot performance, crew resource management (CRM) and the hazards and risks associated with drone flight.

 

SECTION 5: CHECKLIST

Learn where to find your local testing center, how to register your drone with the FAA, and how to report an accident.