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There are a ton of exciting job opportunities when you obtain your drone pilot license. From engineering and infrastructure to media and entertainment, drone pilots are becoming a rapidly growing necessity in many industries. Get trained by one of the best commercial drone pilots at an affordable price with lifetime access to the curriculum. Don’t put your dream career on hold any longer!
what’s included in our Part 107 Prep Course?
- Be a part of an online community of pilots and industry experts to help with questions, the market, industry knowledge, insurance, and more.
- Take real practice questions after each lesson to retain the information covered.
- Take graded practice quizzes within each chapter and 2 full course exams at completion to further your knowledge and understanding of the material.
- Direct access to the latest news, updates, and regulations required to fly under Part 107.
- Lifetime Access to Top Drone School Curriculum.
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Let our experienced and licensed sUAV pilots teach you the skills needed to safely conduct flights in the National Airspace (NAS). You can customize your flight training by selecting the course that fits your needs, giving you a more efficient and better overall experience.
Not in the Knoxville area?
No problem! You can have our elite educators come to you. Whether you’re an individual student, small group, or corporate team, we can teach you wherever you are.
Contact us today for your specific needs and pricing.
*Additional fees may apply for travel.
Top Drone School offers discounts for all groups & organizations on all of our courses.
What you can expect to learn
In this course, we cover everything you need to know to confidently understand the 120+ lesson objectives necessary to pass the Part 107 Exam. Over 200 graded, FAA, multiple-choice questions for a real exam experience, so you know what areas to focus on.
National Airspace (NAS)
National Airspace (NAS)
Drone Flight Operations
frequently asked questions
Am I eligible to take the Part 107 exam?
All applicants must be at least 16 years of age, have a strong understanding of the English language, and have the capacity to operate an sUAS, both mentally and physically. Applicants must also have proper identification, including a government issued ID, signature, and a current residential address. For applicants under that age of 18 without proper identification, a parent or legal guardian is required to to be present at all times.
How long do I have access to the course and information from Top Drone School?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like. No additional fees required.
When does the course start and finish?
That’s entirely up to you! Our course is designed to work around your schedule and at your pace. You decide when you begin the course, how long you spend in each lesson, and when the course ends.
How long does it take to complete the FAA Part 107 prep course?
On average, it takes around 12 hours to complete the course, not including the graded exams. Since the course is designed to fit your schedule at your pace, the amount of time it takes is completely up to you.
How long do I have to take the exam?
The FAA Part 107 Aeronautical Knowledge Test has a maximum completion time of 120 minutes for those pursuing certification. The minimum passing score is 42 out of 60 questions, or 70%.
Why do I need FAA Part 107 Certification?
If you own a drone that is less than 55 pounds and plan to use it for commercial purposes (work or business), you are required to be certified to fly by the FAA. You can only retain this certification by passing the FAA Part 107 Aeronautical Knowledge Test.
How much does the Part 107 exam cost?
For the majority of the US, the cost of the FAA Part 107 Aeronautical Knowledge Test is $150. However, some cities may charge additional fees. There are 700 locations that administer the exam. For all financial inquiries, you may contact the location nearest you or the (AKT) Aeronautical Knowledge Test facilities at FAA.gov.