Become a FAA Part 107 Certified Commercial Drone PilotThousands of successful drone pilots got their Part 107 commercial license with DARTdrones. You could be next.
Three Options for FAA Part 107 Test Prep Training
Our students have over a 99% pass rate. If you've got us, you've got this.
|Online Test Prep||In-Person & Online Test Prep||Live Virtual Training|
|8 Hours with an Expert Pilot|
|Practice Real Test Questions with a Manned Pilot|
|Hands on Chart Study with Real Aeronautical Maps|
|Class Size Limited to 12|
|Money Back Guarantee*|
|Curriculum Developed by Navy Helicopter Pilot|
|300+ Practice Test Questions|
|50 Page Study Guide|
|Access to Chief Pilot for Questions|
|Instant Access to Interactive Online E-Learning Course|
|Access to Monthly Q&A Webinar with Chief Pilot**|
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Why should I take the Part 107 Test Prep in-person course instead of online?
Pass the FAA Part 107 Commercial Drone License Exam
Part 107, the new FAA commercial drone regulation, allows drone pilots to fly UAS or UAVs for business purposes. To fly under FAA Part 107, you need to pass the FAA drone pilot test and receive your commercial drone license. The two hour, 60 question test requires extensive studying. Our course teaches you everything you need to know to get your commercial drone license.View Available Locations & Dates
You will gain access to
8 Hours of In-Person Part 107 Preparation
300 FAA Part 107 Test Questions
50 Page Study Guide
Access to Chief Pilot for Questions
Lifetime Access to Online Part 107 Course
Access to our Extensive Alumni Network
FAA Part 107 Test Prep
- Pilot In Command
- Registration Requirements
- Eligibility Requirements
- Conditions for Safe Operations
- Waiver Policy
- National Airspace System
- Air Traffic Control
- Clearances and Permissions
- Uncontrolled Airspace
- Controlled Airspace
- Restricted Areas
- Filing NOTAMs
- Special Use Airspace
- Military Training Routes
- VFR versus IFR Flight Rules
- Reading Sectional Charts
- Chart Legend
- Navigation Basics
- Chart Interpretation
- Difficult Chart Test Questions
- Operating Near an Airport
- Traffic Patterns
- Towered and Non-Towered Airports
- Runway Markings and Signage
- Controlled Tower Communication Procedures
- Phonetic Alphabet
- Airport Terminal Information Service
- Self-Announce Procedures
- UNICOM/ MULTICOM
- Internet Weather Briefings
- Reading METARS
- Stages of a Thunderstorm
- Types of Cloud Formations
- Scheduled Maintenance
- Unscheduled Maintenance
- Preflight Inspection
- Record Keeping
- FAA Inspection and Testing
- Requirements of Pilot In Command
- Situational Awareness
- Hazardous Attitudes
- Effective Communication
- Risk Management for Drone Pilots
- Basic Aerodynamics
- Aircraft Loading
- Weight and Balance
- Stability and Control
- Center of Gravity
- Reporting In-Flight Emergencies
- Fail Safe Procedures
- Airborne Inspections
- Wildlife Hazards
- Lithium Battery Hazards
- Impacts of Drugs and Alcohol
- Vision Impairment
- Determining Fitness for Flight
- Physiological Considerations
- Part 107 Regulations Requirements
- Registering for Airman Knowledge Test
- 300+ FAA Test Questions
- Best Study Practices
- Applying on IACRA
- Applying for the Remote Pilot Certificate
Curriculum designed by drone experts to make you successful.
You’ll walk away with all of the knowledge you need to ace your Part 107 exam.
Meet some of our instructors throughout the country
Kevin GillespiePilot & Entrepreneur Learn More Kevin Gillespie
Louis MoralesThermal Drone Pilot Learn More Louis Morales
Bryn LeRuePublic Safety Officer & Public Safety Drone Pilot Learn More Bryn LeRue
Randy EaryPrivate Pilot, AGI & IGI Learn More Randy Eary
Danny BurkPrivate & Commercial Pilot & Drone Business Owner Learn More Danny Burk
Gregory PrattRetired FBI, Naval Flight Officer, and Drone Business Owner Learn More Gregory Pratt
Chris GraziosoOperations Lead for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation's Aeronautics Division’s Drone Team Learn More Chris Grazioso
Roger HallRetired Firefighter Learn More Roger Hall
Jim O’KeefeSergeant Milford Police Department Learn More Jim O’Keefe
Mark KurzinskiRetired Naval Officer turned Drone Business Owner and Instructor Learn More Mark Kurzinski
David BarkerPublic Safety Drone Pilot Learn More David Barker
Josh HaddadHelicopter Pilot and CFII Learn More Josh Haddad
If a student completes our Part 107 Test Prep course and achieves a 85% or better on at least 3 practice exams and still fails the FAA Part 107 Exam, we will pay the retest fee for the student to take the exam again. All students taking the Online Part 107 Test Prep course must complete all of the course modules to 100% within 90 days prior to their exam date to be eligible. All students who took the in-person Part 107 Test Prep course must have taken the exam within the 90 days of their class date to be eligible OR have completed each of the online modules within 90 days of taking the exam. To qualify as completing the course modules includes the Night Operations Modules that were added to the course on March 1, 2021. For students who took the in-person course prior to the FAA rule change on March 1, 2021, they will only qualify for the Money Back Guarantee if they complete the Night Operations Course modules. FAA exam questions are not published. The DARTdrones question bank is closely aligned to what you will see on the FAA remote pilot exam, but wording can and will differ. Memorizing our entire question bank will not be sufficient preparation to pass the exam. Students who take the practice test an excessive number of times with unreasonably short completion times will not qualify for the guarantee. Students are only eligible to receive the Money Back Guarantee once. Students must submit their failing test scorecard to our support team for review.
DARTdrones is the leading nationwide drone training and is the first to offer an exclusive webinar answering any questions that you have about the FAA Part 107 Exam. This interactive webinar will review any questions or concerns you have about the exam. Once a month, our instructor will invite all FAA Part 107 Test Prep students to join them for a review session. The instructor will then answer any questions and review some of the most difficult questions in the exam.
Planning to fly a drone for commercial use? You must have your FAA Part 107 Certification. In August of 2016, the FAA launched new rules for commercial drone pilots under the FAA regulations called Part 107. The new rules allow people interested in flying their drones for a profit or commercial use to gain a license from the FAA to fly their drone for commercial purposes after passing a 60 question, 2 hour exam offered at an FAA testing center. (The old rules used to require a 333 exemption and a manned aircraft pilot’s license. This is no longer necessary.) Someone new to aviation could commit 15 – 20 hours of study time and be ready to pass their exam.After taking our Part 107 Test Prep course, you can book at one of the FAA’s 690 testing centers across the country to take your exam for $175. Once you pass the exam, you get your certificate within a few weeks and are able to fly commercially.
The in-person FAA Part 107 Test Prep Course is eight hours, usually from 8:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m with a 30 minute lunch break. By the time you leave our class, you will feel confident with the knowledge you gained from the class. Still need more study time? We’ve got you covered. All students gain access to our online Part 107 Test Prep course so that they can continue to study and complete multiple practice tests. In addition, we are the first in the industry to offer exclusive webinars with our instructors for real-time answers you may have regarding your upcoming Part 107 exam.
Every student is different, so we recommend utilizing our online study guides just to ensure you’re ready for your exam.
You will receive lifetime access to the online FAA Part 107 Test Prep course.
This course is designed for drone pilots who aim to use their drone for business purposes and want to pass the FAA Part 107 Airman Knowledge Exam. If you are flying for fun as a recreational drone pilot, you do not need to pass the Airman Knowledge Exam.
We want you to learn as much as you can in our class, which is why we limit each class to 12 students.
We love to hear from our customers! No class near you? Contact us and let us know where you would like to see us next! We schedule one class per month in each city 10-12 weeks in advance of a class. Classes can sell out quickly, so we recommend booking as soon as you are ready to take a course. If your city is completely sold out, we recommend checking a nearby city, organizing a private group lesson (priced for 8 participants), or submitting a contact form as we do often have last minute cancellations.