A DronesDrone FAA 107 License Study Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Pass Your 107 Test the First Time



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The Drone Boss FAA 107 Guide is designed to provide you with every thing you need to pass the FAA Part 107 exam the 1st time and become a Drone Pilot!


 They include a FAA 107 Practice Test, The Official FAA Reference Book, FAA 107 Airspace Reference Guide, Exam Expectations Guide, How to Submit Your Exam, How to Build a Drone Business

This comprehensive guide is based on the structure of the exam which contains the following topics:

 -Rules and Regulations

-National Airspace System

-Weather, Loading and Performance


-Airspace and Sectional Charts

Damon Darnall (The DroneBoss) has used his more than 12,000 drone flying hours and 25 years ofcommercial experience to personally teach over 9,000 people how to start theirown successful Drone business. 

Join him as he guides you through the maze of information onwhat to learn to pass your FAA 107 test the first time.   

Inside this comprehensive guide you will learn:

-The Essential FAA Rules and Regulations regarding operating a dronecommercially which you need to know. 

-An explanation of the National Airspace System, maps and sectional charts.

-How specific weather types effect drone operations.

-Test preparation and best test practices.  How best to study for theexam, test day preparation and what you need to know to successfully pass yourtest the 1st time.

-What to do after you pass your test

 and much, much more!

Don’t Miss the Bonus Resources in the Book! In the book is a link to 7 valuable bonus resources and materials including how you can build a profitable drone business now that you have your license.


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