How to Renew Your FAA Part 107

Gold Seal UAV Ground School

The FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot program is now 2 years old and those of you that have received your certificates know that this is a lifetime certificate. While the certificate is good for life, just like regular aircraft pilots, Remote Pilots do need to renew every two years.

If you received your certificate during the first month of availability in 2016, it is now time for you to renew and reset your currency for another two years by taking the sUAS Recurrent Test or your 2-Year Drone Pilot Renewal test.

The following YouTube video is a very well presented short video from Gold Seal UAV Ground School. The video gives all of the details and outlines just what you need to to stay legal and current to fly in the furtherance of a business.

Do you still need to pass the FAA Part 107 exam? Check out the Gold Seal UAV Ground School program and see why it is the top online ground school that prepares you for the FAA Part 107 Written exam. “Pass Your Part 107 Exam Or We’ll Pay”, it’s the Gold Seal Guarantee

Do you still have questions? Feel free to leave them in the comments section below or visit the official Gold Seal Online Ground Schooll Facebook page by clicking here.

Cliff is the owner and founder of UAV, and More than 35 years of senior management experience in wholesale, retail, on-line and manufacturing with a proven record of leadership and success. Cliff consults heavily in the UAV industry and holds FAA private sailplane and single engine license as well as Remote pilot certificates. Previously, Cliff was the digital evangelist at Wolf Camera. A 24-year veteran of Wolf, serving in a number of sales, management and senior management positions as the company grew from 5 to over 700 stores. Cliff served as WolfCamera.coms President, as well as Sr. VP of Internet commerce and new technology development.

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