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How To Get Flying

We know it can be very confusing so we have broke it down into simple steps, This is just a list and we will help you through the process when you are ready.  

FAA 3RD CLASS MEDICAL CERTIFICATE

FAA Part 107 Drone Pilot License

This license indicates you have a solid foundation and working knowledge of the FAA's regulations, operating requirements and safety protocols for drone operations.

• Test must be taken at a FAA facility. Cost is $175.

• Must score 70% to pass. Test is 60 questions.

 

For the FAA study guide visit: FAA Website

FAA 3RD CLASS MEDICAL CERTIFICATE

Register Your Drone

Pilots must register their drone by filling out a 8050-1 and 8050-88 form, We have step by step guides under the Customer Portal.

FAA 3RD CLASS MEDICAL CERTIFICATE

FAA Part 137 and 44807

This license allows you to legally dispense chemicals from a drone and fly a drone over 55 Lbs. To apply for this go to the Next Steps page.

FAA 3RD CLASS MEDICAL CERTIFICATE

Class 3 medical

If you will be flying a T30 or T40, you will need to obtain a 3rd class medical certificate. This is basically a physical administered by an FAA-designated Aviation Medical Examiner (AME). To find a AME go to the Next Steps page.

FAA 3RD CLASS MEDICAL CERTIFICATE

Insurance

If you are going to be engaged in commercial spray operations, such as custom application for hire, you will need to carry chemical and liability insurance.

VT Insurance Agency

https://vtinsuranceagency.com/

STATE AND LOCAL APPLICATOR LICENSES

You will need to check with your state and local authorities to obtain
the proper chemical application licenses. In most cases, if you are
operating a ground rig, you will already have these. You can access your state's pesticide department regarding correct licensing needed to spray with a drone.

 

Click your state below to to learn more!

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