How to Ace the FAA’s Part 107 Exam and Become a Certified Drone Pilot
BY Isabella Lee5 December 2018
Over the last year, we’ve helped over 14,000 people ace their FAA Part 107 exam and get their business or organization up and running with drones. However, there are many more aspiring drone pilots out there—the FAA estimates there could be as many as 1.6 million drones in commercial operation by 2021 under the Part 107 rule.
If you’re one of those aspiring drone pilots, don’t pass up this free and valuable learning opportunity. On December 11th, at 7pm Eastern we will be hosting a free, live webinar on how to pass the FAA’s Part 107 exam and become a certified drone pilot.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) predicts that the drone industry will create more than 100,000 jobs by 2025. Breaking into a new and fast-paced industry might feel intimidating, particularly if you don’t have a background in aviation, but it’s easier to get started than you might think.
During the live training we’ll share:
- Everything you need to become an FAA-certified commercial drone pilot
- The best study resources to prepare for the Aeronautical Knowledge Test
- Case studies of beginner pilots making money in the drone industry
- The top industries to find a job and make money flying a drone
- Guidance on how to navigate federal and state drone laws
It wouldn’t be an overstatement to say that those who become FAA-certified today are part of the vanguard of the drone industry.
Certified drone pilots today have the opportunity to lead the way forward in terms of what drone pilots can do to help people, and how we imagine the role of drones in our daily lives.
There are dozens of scenarios where drones are literally saving lives, providing value, and keeping people from harm’s way. Given how early we are in the adoption process, people using drones in commercial scenarios today have a large role to play in shaping how drones will be used in the future.
We have a limited number of seats available for this free training, so make sure to sign up now to save your seat.