Nightwatch Rick

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  1. What matters is that unless you are granted a waiver by the FAA, your privileges are technically suspended until you take and pass the test. I was able to find a testing center and after passing am now current. It is just like a regular airman certificate that expires. The certificate remains valid but the airman is not permitted to exercise the privileges until becoming current again. If you have questions, I recommend calling your Flight Standards District Office of the FAA and speak to them. I did that and it helped me confirm that my actions were meeting the regulations.
  2. Are you an amateur hobbyist? If you are, you might contact a nearby Part 107 Operator and seek their assistance. Ask them to go with you to or near the school and supervise the your flight as RPIC.
  3. Taking the recurrence test is what you need to do. Once you pass it, you are current, just like that. Some testing locations were closed because of COVID-19 recently so that may be a factor. Yes there have been changes that will be included on the test and taking a course is the quickest way to prepare for the test. I took the recurrent test last month.
  4. Greetings, I’m new to the forum. I’m a Part 107 holder and am interested in starting and operating my own business using my DJI drones.