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What happens if I need a replacement recurrent Part 107 test report?

Drone pilots who hold a Part 107 certification are required to take a recurrent Airman Knowledge Exam every 24-calendar months. In order to remain compliant with the regulations, pilots must hold onto their recurrent test report as proof that the pilot’s certification is current.

The FAA is working to update the ICARA system to show recurrent certification completion, but for now, you must have the test report.

In the unfortunate event that you misplace your Part 107 exam report, there are two options to obtain a replacement exam report (both options must be done by mail).

The first option is to request a replacement exam report by filling out this application and mailing it to the FAA.

The second option is to write a signed written request and mail it to the FAA, the request must have the following information:

  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Type of test
  • Date the exam was taken on

For U.S. Postal Service, Regular, and Priority Mail, you can mail your requests to:

Federal Aviation Administration
Airmen Certification Branch
P.O. Box 25082
Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0082

You must include a check or money order for $12 (U.S. funds) made payable to the FAA. The FAA cannot:

  • Accept facsimile requests for test results
  • Fax test scores
  • Give test scores over the phone
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