Night Operations added to the UAG §107 Remote Pilot Course

Night Operations added to the UAG §107 Remote Pilot Course
March 28, 2021 No Comments drone license for commercial use,FAA,FAA 107 UAG Drone Pilot Study Guide,Night Operations Tim Trott

We’ve added a new section to the FAA §107 UAG Remote Pilot course, including 17 additional minutes of video and 10 quiz questions.

The FAA is expected to announce the expected revision to both the initial UAG exam as well as the UGR recurrent drone exam almost any day. Actually, it was supposed to have happened already.  The UGR recurrent exam and training will be provided by the FAA on the web site, at no cost. Those wishing to pas the initial exam will still need to do that in person but there will be several new “Trust” providers, including Embry-Riddle.

Anyone who enrolled in the UAG 107 course can log back in and go to section 12 -B to find the new videos and quiz.

Also, if you purchased the e-book version of my Study Guide, you can delete the copy you have and download the revised version at no charge. This is true all the e-book versions purchased from Kindle, Smashwords, iTunes and the others.   The print textbook version is expected to be available for order from Barns & Noble in the next few days as it completes the review process.

About The Author
Tim Trott Tim Trott has a long history of association with aviation. His father was a glider pilot at one time. Tim grew up with the Sky King television program and later met Kirby Grant after the TV star retired to Florida in the 1970's. Many years later, with the assistance of Kirby's wife and son, Tim wrote "Out of the Blue - The Life and Legend of Sky King". When drones began to become popular, Tim bought an early DJI Phantom. When drone licenses were required, Tim took and passed the drone test in the first hour of the first day it was offered. He later went on to develop a series of training courses and was certified as an instructor by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, teaching first responders around the country, from Boston to Houson and from Lansing to Ft. Lauderdale.