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Frequently Asked Questions
Part 107 Drone Rule
I took an online drone pilot training course from a third-party provider. Am I still required to take the FAA knowledge test to get a drone pilot license?
Yes. Prior drone training may be helpful to new applicants preparing for the knowledge test, but prior training, even if the training involved some type of test, cannot be substituted for the FAA’s knowledge test administered by a FAA approved testing center.
If you currently hold a conventional pilot license (Part 61), you can start training for a drone pilot license (remote pilot certificate) immediately at www.faasafety.gov.