I continue to get calls and emails from eager-beaver sUAS pilots looking to start studying for the FAA’s Aeronautical Knowledge Test, the written, multiple-choice test that the FAA requires you to pass if you’d like to become a certified Remote Pilot under the new Part 107 regulations.
In case you’re not compulsively checking the FAA’s website every day like I am, they just released 40 brand spanking new practice questions.
These questions reinforce some of the concepts you’ll need to master in order to pass the test, topics like temperature inversion, interpreting Sectional Charts, and knowing what happens to the performance of your unmanned aircraft while completing a banked turn at 30º.
Don’t worry…we’ve already got all the answers.
I’ll be plugging them into our course over the weekend 🙂
You can access the practice questions here (opens in a new window).