Drone Training

Drone Training

Let Cranberry Aviation assists perspective drone pilots in earning their first Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) pilot certificate for operating a small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS). FAA Part 107 sUAS Certificate allows a drone pilot to move beyond hobby operations into compensated flight operations of drones weighing up to 55 pounds. No prior aviation experience or knowledge is required to take this one-on-one course. Upon completion of the curriculum, the perspective student will possess operational knowledge of unmanned aerial systems sufficient to pass the FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Certificate examination*.

Curriculum includes:

  • Federal Aviation Regulations pertinent tosUAS
  • National Airspace System/Airspace Classification and Requirements
  • Weather
  • Loading and Performance
  • Operations
  • Additional Topics related to sUAS Knowledge Exam (Maintenance, Emergency Operations, etc.)
  • Guided Assistance establishing an account with an FAA-Authorized Exam Center
  • Guided Assistance establishing an FAA Integrated Airman Certification/Application Account

   This training includes:

  1. Aeronautical Map
  2. Remote Pilot Test Prep Guide
  3. Airman Knowledge Testing Supplement
  4. Electronic Access to 5 Preparatory Exams. 

Minimum age to receive the FAA Part 107 Certificate is 16.

* Fee for the sUAS Knowledge Exam at an FAA-Approved Exam Center IS NOT included in this course.