Find The Best Part 107 Online Test Prep with Aero Hawk, LLC

If flying drones is already a leisure activity for you, it’s an opportune moment to transform your hobby into a profitable venture. However, there’s a catch: to become a certified drone business operator, you must first take and pass the Federal Aviation Administration’s Aeronautical Knowledge Test.

Once you pass the test, you’ll be awarded a spiffy new drone pilot’s license.

To operate drones for commercial purposes under the regulations of Part 107, passing the aforementioned test is mandatory. Moreover, obtaining certification by clearing the Part 107 test is the sole legal method of earning income as a drone pilot in the United States. However, the test is challenging and includes queries that require a background in aviation to answer. For instance, understanding sectional charts and stratiform clouds is necessary to succeed in the test.

Unless you have prior experience in aviation, it’s unlikely that you possess such knowledge.

Fortunately, acquiring the required knowledge is feasible with a few hours of dedicated study with an experienced instructor who can guide you through the Part 107 online test preparation course.

At Aero Hawk, LLC, we offer a comprehensive range of online lessons in video format to teach you everything you need to know. Additionally, we provide practice quizzes, community forums, in-person training, and various other resources to reinforce your learning. With our assistance, you can ace the Part 107 test with ease.


By choosing our services, you can clear the FAA Remote Pilot Certificate knowledge exam on your first attempt with confidence. We go beyond providing basic learning modules that solely focus on memorizing test questions. Our comprehensive test prep course includes real-world examples, anecdotes, and expert advice that will enhance your skills as a drone pilot. With our interactive approach, you’ll not only pass the test but also gain valuable insights that will make you a better drone operator.

What Do You Get Prepping With Us For the Big Commercial Aviation Test?

Jobs & Careers

  • Airline Pilots
  • Co-pilots
  • Electro-Mechanical Technicians
  • Flight Engineers

Learning Objectives:

  • Aeronautical decision-making and sound judgment;
  • Airport operations, as well as maintenance and preflight inspection procedures;
  • Airspace, including the different classes and their respective restrictions;
  • Applicable regulations and laws that govern drone operations;
  • Crew resource management to effectively manage resources in crew operations;
  • Determining the performance of small unmanned aircraft, including the effects of weight and balance;
  • Emergency procedures to handle any unforeseen situations during operations;
  • Radio communication procedures to communicate effectively while operating the drone;
  • Small unmanned aircraft loading to ensure safe flight operations.
  • Sources of aviation weather and how weather affects the performance of small unmanned aircraft;
  • The physiological effects of drugs and alcohol on drone pilots;

Degrees, Certifications, and More

  • Commercial NC Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Operator Permit (Drones)

Knowledge: Stuff You’ll Know

  • Computers
  • Electronics
  • Engineering
  • English Language
  • Geography
  • Mathematics
  • Psychology
  • Technology
  • Transportation

Skill: Things You’ll Be Able To Do

  • Active Listening
  • Complex Problem Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Decision Making
  • Judgment
  • Monitoring
  • Operation and Control
  • Operation Monitoring

Experience: Work Activities You Can Put On Your Resume

  • Conducting inspections on aircraft or aircraft components to ensure they meet safety and performance standards.
  • Ensuring the safety of the work environment by adhering to safety guidelines and specifications.
  • Examining finished products to detect any defects or imperfections in the manufacturing process.
  • Monitoring the operation and functioning of aircraft engines or equipment using gauges, displays, or other measurement tools to ensure optimal performance.
  • Reviewing technical documents such as blueprints, schematics, or manuals to plan and execute work tasks.
  • Testing the performance of electrical, electronic, mechanical, or integrated systems and equipment to ensure they meet regulatory requirements and quality standards.

How Prepping For Part 107 Test with Aero Hawk, LLC Helps You

Upon completing this prep course, you’ll have the confidence and expertise to operate a drone safely and legally in the national airspace. Some of the key skills you’ll acquire include:

  • Determining the factors that affect your drone’s performance and adjusting accordingly.
  • Identifying all types of airspace on an aeronautical chart and knowing which airspace requires FAA approval, as well as understanding the process to obtain approval.
  • Identifying traffic patterns at airports to safely plan missions near runways.
  • Learning about night operations, which is a new addition to the course for 2023.
  • Reading aeronautical charts to identify potential hazards and plan safe missions.
  • Reading and understanding weather reports, such as METARs and TAFs, to forecast potentially dangerous weather conditions and ensure safe mission completion.
  • Successfully passing the initial or recurrent FAA written exam by applying your knowledge and not relying solely on rote memorization.
  • Two skills that you will acquire after completing the prep course are:
  • Understanding radio communication procedures in order to effectively communicate with other airspace users and maintain situational awareness during drone operations.
  • Understanding the latest Part 107 regulations and adhering to them in order to fly your drone legally and safely.

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