A DronesDrone FAA 107 License Handbook: Essential Study Guide to Excelling in Your Part 107 Exam with Practice Test Questions and Answers

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Are you aspiring to fly a drone for non-recreational purposes? Then a Remote Pilot Certificate issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) should be top among your list of priorities.
The remote pilot certificate is also known as Part 107 license, a drone license, or Part 107 certificate. Without this certificate, you cannot operate a drone in any US State or territory. What’s more? This certificate must be renewed every two years.
Usually, it takes most potential pilots an average of 4-6 weeks to obtain their FAA drone pilot license. Your official certificate card is mailed to you 6-8 weeks after that. It is laminated, has a fancy appearance, and gives you that prestige when you pull it out at social gatherings.
Before obtaining a Part 107 license, you must sit and pass the FAA drone certification test. The test consists of 60-multiple choice questions.
Getting an FAA license is fun and exciting. You certainly won’t have a boring time learning with an instructor. With some tips from experienced pilots, combined with a holistic outlook on cost efficiency and time, you can get your license seamlessly.
Drone FAA 107 License Handbook is a compendium of all you need to know about the FAA 107 License, as well as practice test questions & answers that will help you excel in your Part 107 Exams.

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ASIN‏:‎B097XGSTSN
Publisher‏:‎Independently published (June 26, 2021)
Language‏:‎English
Paperback‏:‎100 pages
ISBN-13‏:‎979-8527421248
Item Weight‏:‎6.4 ounces
Dimensions‏:‎5.5 x 0.23 x 8.5 inches

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