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  1. Ace79

    Flying for fun under 107

    I am sure this has been asked 100 times so I apologize for it, but I could not find the exact answer I was looking for. I hold my 107 certification, but like anyone here I like to fly for fun as well. I know I am still allowed to fly for fun, but am I allowed to use my 107 perks to fly for...
  2. Ace79

    Should my drone photography company buy general liability insurance?

    So, I just passed my FAA 107 this past Thursday (woohoo!) I am looking to use my Mavic Air for real estate photography just on the side. My big goal here is to minimize my overhead as much as possible because I really don't know how much money I'll make with it. I have a full time job, kids, a...
  3. W

    336 to 107, re-register drone?

    Can anyone here help me out with this registration question? If I've registered my drone as a recreational user, but then get a 107 license, do I have to re-register or change the registration with the FAA?
  4. ScottyV

    FAA 107 practice question about flying in MOAs

    I was taking a practice test online (link below) and the question was as follows: What action should a remote-pilot take when operating in a Military Operations Area (MOA)? 1) Obtain authorization from the controlling agency prior to operating in the MOA 2) Exercise extreme caution when...
  5. ForrestGunt

    What kind of registration? Both?

    I just bought my first drone, a Mavic Pro. I'm just learning but I want to pass the107 so I can use the drone for work, too. Should I register it now for recreation and again after I pass107? How does this work?
  6. T

    Drone Crashed and I need to get my 107 and insurance drone works fine will this affect my ability .

    my red front lights won’t go off is that ok.. it works fine and records fine . Just took a hard landing . my drone works fine I crashed it when I first got it if I can prove its fine will Allstate still allow me to get insurance . And my 107 will I still be able to get it if my drone works fine...
  7. AeroVP

    sUAV: Mapping Partnerships?

    Power in partnerships... Interested in building learning and/or business partnerships w/mapping. I am a 107 Certified Pilot, completing sUAS program with background in: Ground School, Sensing Systems, Law and Regulations, Mission Planning and more. What's more powerful than getting on...
  8. Meelius

    107 in Malaysia or Singapore

    Does anyone have any recommendations for centres for doing the 107 course in either Malaysia or Singapore. Thanks M
  9. phxphotog

    Passed the 107 yesterday

    I went and took my 107 test yesterday and was quite surprised at the test. I had been studying from Remotepilot101 for a couple of weeks, watched the videos a couple times and took the final test about 20 times. I could nail the test and felt I had a good grasp of all the information I would...
  10. J

    Dronevideos.com? Has anyone been approached by them?

    G'day mates: I was approached by a website (dronevideos.com) to schedule an interview with them. They notify drone operators with a 107 certificate of potential jobs in their respective local areas; they take a 50% finder's fee on all jobs any drone operator accepts. Has anyone worked with or...
  11. O

    sUAS 107 - Study Materials

    Hello, Unsure if there is a thread about this already, if so could someone please direct me there. I've done a lot of googling about study materials for the part 107, I've seen a lot of materials and sites that you can pay for, which I'm sure they are well worth it. Currently I've just...
  12. M

    Part 101 or Part 107

    This question is for someone who has a Remote Pilot Certificate. How easy is the semi automated process to contact ATC to clear a flight compared to having to contact each of the towers/managers around you. I live by a Class D airport along with 4 heliports. If it simplified being able to fly...
  13. PhxMavicFlyer

    Hello from Phonix Arizona

    Ordered my Mavic from Best Buy and anxious to get mine delivered and up in the air. I want to learn the do's and don'ts of where I can and can't fly for fun and personal stuff but am considering possibly getting the FAA 107 license. Cheers! Daryl