FAA Part 107 Certified
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An FAA Part 107 Certification is Required to Fly Commercially
The Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration initiated the Small UAS Rule (Part 107), including all pilot and operating rules on August 29, 2016. These operational rules for routine commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or “drones”), open pathways towards fully integrating UAS into the nation’s airspace. These new regulations work to harness new innovations safely, to spur job growth, advance critical scientific research and save lives.
To operate the controls of a small UAS under Part 107, the Federal Aviation Administration states that a pilot needs a remote pilot airman certificate with a small UAS rating, or be under the direct supervision of a person who holds such a certificate.
Certified pilots must be vetted by the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA).
Certified pilots must pass an initial aeronautical knowledge test at an FAA-approved knowledge testing center.
Pilots who already have a Part 61 pilot certificate, other than a student pilot certificate, must have completed a flight review in the previous 24 months and you must take a small UAS online training course provided by the FAA.