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  1. Asking for...a friend...this one is a doozy (Refer to Figure 20, area 1.) You're hired to inspect a group of structures that are under construction 9 statute miles (SM) south of Norfolk International airport. What's the highest you're allowed to fly without needing to ask for additional FAA permission? A) 470 ft. MSL B) 853 ft. AGL - this is what we have marked as the right answer, but I'm now questioning it C) 1,200 ft. MSL The tower in question is 453 ft. AGL. While the Part 107 regulations state a maximum altitude of 400 ft. AGL, you’re allowed to fly higher than
  2. I would appreciate suggestions for the best way to include Part 107 Certification on my resume when applying for remote pilot opportunities. like: 'FAA Part 107 Certified UAS Pilot' or 'FAA Licensed UAS Pilot' or ? Thanks!
  3. RE CLASS E AIRSPACE: Over the past Labor Day weekend I flew in Provincetown, MA, or "PTOWN." Interesting drone issues on the very tip of Cape Cod. a town that swells to many thousands of day trippers and summer residents, guests far beyond its base population. PTOWN supports a very active PVC airport, called Ptown Municipal Airport, aka "MUNI." Ptown is officially in Echo Airspace, "unregulated under 700" feet but according to the sectional: down to 500 AGL. However "unregulated" aside, the double whammy is the airport proximity, as it is very close to anywhere in town. But its
  4. I have on several occasions tried to search the database in an attempt to determine how many Remote Pilot Certificate holders exist I'm my particular area. I can find all single engine land and up but no remote pilots. So this morning I called FAA in Oklahoma City (actually got a live body quickly) to check on this. I was told that FAA just has not gotten to the point on including that data into the registry. No immediate plans to do so apparently.