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ALC-677: Part 107 Small UAS Recurrent
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Introduction

The FAA has developed regulations to allow the operation of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) in the National Airspace System (NAS) for purposes other than limited recreational use. The rules are specified in 14 CFR part 107 and address UAS classification, certification, and operating rules.

This training is designed for non-part 61 pilot certificate holders (or those without a current flight review in accordance with 14 CFR § 61.56) who wish to remain current as a part 107 remote pilot with an sUAS rating.

Others may take this training as a self-study resource, including:

  • Aviation Safety Inspectors (ASIs)
  • Anyone interested in learning more about 14 CFR part 107

When you complete this training, you will be able to identify: 

  • Requirements for certification and recency of knowledge to remain current as a part 107 remote pilot with a small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) rating
  • Characteristics of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) as stipulated in part 107
  • Exclusions from the requirements in part 107
  • Requirements for sUAS registration, markings, and condition
  • Requirements of the Remote Pilot in Command (Remote PIC)
  • Possible supporting crew roles in sUAS operations
  • Best practices for crew management
  • Recommended maintenance procedures for sUAS
  • Preflight inspection requirements to verify that the sUAS is in condition for safe operation
  • Operational requirements and limitations for sUAS
  • Procedures for requesting a waiver for eligible requirements in part 107
  • Abnormal and emergency situations that may arise during sUAS operations
  • Requirements for reporting accidents resulting from sUAS operations

You will open the training on the next page. It will take approximately 2 hours to complete.

When you complete the training, you will return to this website. View the Reference Materials page, Glossary page, and Review page to enable the Exam button.

The multiple-choice online end-of-training knowledge check (exam) must be completed in a single session. If the exam is not completed and graded in 90 minutes or less, you will need to retake the entire exam when you log into the training again.

Note: If you have difficulty reaching the Review and/or Exam sections after viewing the training, please go to your account on FAASafety.gov, log in, go to your Courses In Progress page (located under the Courses link under the Activities, Courses & Seminars tab), and click on Continue. If the Review and/or Exam buttons are "grayed out", be sure each of the previous chapter buttons are completed by clicking on each in turn. This will activate the Review button, which when clicked, will activate the Exam button.

This training was last updated March 11, 2021.

For all other problems, concerns, or questions with the site or how this training runs on your system please contact us by e-mail at faasafety@faa.gov

 


To receive appropriate credit for this training, you must:

  • Have an account on FAASafety.gov
  • Be logged into that account
  • Be enrolled in the training
  • You must visit each chapter of the training, using the navigation bars at the top or bottom of each screen, and complete all material found on each.

NOTE: Some links may take you to other sites or open windows on top of the training window. You will need to return to this training on FAASafety.gov to complete the online exam. This might be as simple as closing all the additional windows. However, you may find it necessary to return to FAASafety.gov, log in again, and then "continue" the training from the Course List.

Upon completion of the review section the "EXAM" button will turn blue indicating you are ready to start the examination. Upon successful completion of the exam you are given the appropriate training credit automatically. Print the training completion certificate and retain it as proof of recency of knowledge.