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Learn Exactly What’s on the FAA UAS Knowledge Test and See Actual FAA Test Questions

Complete Course for 3 months


Complete Course for Life


Everything you need and nothing you don’t to pass your FAA UAS Knowledge test with flying colors and be a safe real world sUAS Remote Pilot in command.

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Full Course

Recurrent Course

Lesson 1: Rules & Regulations

1.1 Part 107 Eligibility 2:30
1.2 Part 107 Definitions 3:17
1.3 Remote PIC Responsibility 5:55
1.4 Required Documentation 6:57
1.5 Night Operations 5:03
1.6 Visibility and Cloud Clearance Requirements1:57
1.7 Maximum Speed and Altitude 2:58
1.8 Right of Way Rules 2:24
1.9 Operations Over Non-Participants 2:47
1.10 Operations From a Moving Vehicle 3:41
1.11 Weight Limitations1:09
1.12 Certificate of Waiver4:38

Lesson 2: Airspace

2.1 Class B7:41
2.2 Class C4:37
2.3 Class D2:59
2.4 Class E & G5:25
2.5 Other Airspace10:58
2.6 AGL & MSL7:50
2.7 Advanced Airspace3:22

Lesson 3: UAS Weather & Weather Sources

3.1 METARS10:30
3.2 TAFs7:09
3.3 HEMS Tool4:19
3.4 Weather Briefs4:13
3.5 Stable vs. Unstable Air3:30
3.6 Surface Friction3:32
3.7 Cloud Formations & Types7:57
3.8 Advanced Weather8:45

Lesson 4: UAS Loading & Performance

4.1 Flying a Payload1:20
4.2 Weight and Balance5:13
4.3 Performance Factors3:56
4.4 Load Factor2:57
4.5 Stalls & Aerodynamics3:44
4.6 Basic CG Performance4:50

Lesson 5: Crew Resource Management

5.1 Hazardous Attitudes3:21
5.2 Crew Roles5:08
5.3 Contingency Procedures4:24
5.4 Drugs and Alcohol5:39
5.5 Crew Fatigue1:31
5.6 Hyperventilation & Stress Management1:54

Lesson 6: Airport/Field Operations

6.1 NOTAMS & TFR's7:31
6.2 Obstacles3:51
6.3 Airport Traffic Patterns5:53
6.4 FCC Frequencies2:58
6.5 NTIA Privacy1:11
6.6 VFR Sectional Chart Symbols11:36
6.7 Longitude and Lattitude11:01
6.8 Mission Based Charting23.50
6.9 Advanced Chart Symbols7:47
6.10 B4UFly App3:45
6.11 Insurance3:33

Lesson 7: Radio Communications

7.1 Chart Supplements (AFD)4:07
7.2 Sectional Chart Frequencies7:03

Lesson 8: Emergency Procedures

8.1 Lost Link4:05
8.2 Flyaway's2:39
8.3 UAS Fire3:35
8.4 Accident Reporting4:23

Lesson 9: Preflight and Maintenance

9.1 Scheduled & Unscheduled Maintenance6:24
9.2 Maintenance Documentation3:15
9.3 Preflight Checklist3:59

Lesson 10: Final Exam

10.1 Summary2:47
10.2 The Final Exam2 hours

Lesson 1: General

The eligibility requirements for a Remote Pilot Certificate with an sUAS rating.
Applicability & Definitions of Part 107
The ramifications of falsification, reproduction, or alteration of a certificate, rating, authorization, record, or report.
Accident Reporting
Inspection, testing and demonstration of compliance
Offenses involving alcohol or drugs

Lesson 2: Operating Rules

Registration Requirements. Requirement for the sUAS to be in a condition for safe operation. Medical condition(s) that would interfere with safe operation of an sUAS. Requirements for a Remote Pilot Certificate with an sUAS Rating.
Responsibility and authority of the remote PIC.
Daylight operation
Staying safely away from other aircraft and right-of-way rules.
Operations over human beings
Operating limitations for sUAS
Waiver policy and requirements

Lesson 3: Airspace Classification

Class B controlled airspace
Class C controlled airspace
Class D controlled airspace
Class E controlled airspace
Class G uncontrolled airspace
Special-use airspace, such as prohibited, restricted, warning areas, military operation ares, alert areas, and controlled firing areas.
ATC authorizations
Potential flight hazards
The NOTAM system including how to obtain an established NOTAM through Flight Services

Lesson 4: Airport Operations

Types of airports, such as towered, uncontrolled towered, heliport, and seaplane bases
Runway markings and signage
Traffic patterns used by manned aircraft pilots
Security Identification Display Areas (SIDA)
Sources for airport data

Lesson 5: Emergency Procedures

Emergency planning and communication
Characteristics and potential hazards of lithium batteries
Loss of aircraft control link and fly-aways
Frequency spectrums and associated limitations

Lesson 6: Aeronautical Decision Making

Aeronautical Decision-Making (ADM)
Crew Resource Management (CRM)
Hazardous attitudes

Lesson 7: Maintenance and Inspection Procedures

Basic maintenance
Preflight inspection
Appropriate record keeping

Available 8/13/18

We’ll Even Help You Submit Your Knowledge Test to the FAA to Earn Your Certificate

In This Course You’ll Also Learn

    • How to Log UAS Flight Time
    • How to Log UAS Maintenance Time
    • What the FAA Expects from 107 Operators

About Your Webinar Presenter (excerpt from Wikipedia)

Jason Schappert is a pilot and author of 8 best selling aviation flight training books. He is a CFII and ATP rated. Jason was named AOPA’s Top Collegiate Flight Instructor in 2008 and Outstanding Flight Instructor of the year in 2014 & 2015. He is also the producer of an innovative online piloting school, known as MzeroA.com’s Online Ground School. As a flight instructor with over 8,000 hours of dual given (instruction given time).

Schappert began flying at age 12, and did his first solo flight at 16. He subsequently became a flight instructor, and earned all the ratings up to ATP, including private pilot certificate, instrument rating, and Commercial Pilot Certificate. Schappert currently flies a Cessna 172.

Jason was named National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA) Top Collegiate Flight Instructor in 2008 and 2012. In 2009 he created a program called Future Pilots Flight Academy for aviation-minded youth in conjunction with the Discovery Science Center.

He was named AOPA‘s Outstanding Flight Instructor of the year in 2014, 2015, 2016, & 2017.

Schappert Produced the Flying Again Movie  featuring rusty pilots who have not flown anywhere from 2 to 30 years. This effort was then featured on the TV series The Aviators.

Jason Schappert

President, MzeroA.com