An Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), also called Drone, is an aircraft without human pilot onboard and is controlled by an operator from the ground. To operate a UAS (Drone) for commercial purposes, a Remote Pilot Certificate is required. When applying for a Remote Pilot Certificate, applicants who do not meet the requirements of holding a 14 CFR Part 61 pilot certificate, must successfully pass the Unmanned Aircraft General – small (UAG) FAA remote pilot Airmen knowledge test in accordance with 14 CFR Part 107.
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Minimum requirements to obtain a Remote Pilot Certification are:
The Unmanned aircraft must weight less than 55 pounds, including payload at takeoff under CFR 14 Part 107.