Part 107 - "The Drone Regulations"

Taught by an FAA certificated flight instructor who is a practicing aviation attorney.

What's included?

40 Videos
35 Quizzes
9 Texts

How to be confident at flying under the drone regulations without knowing aviation, even though you're struggling to juggle work, life, and study time.

Do any of these statements accurately reflect you?

I have very little time to dedicate to studying because of my work/life balance. I can’t waste my precious time reading material that does not matter.”

Can I find someone who is ACTUALLY qualified? The course I took appeared to be designed by some guy who has little aviation background. Some of the courses online had to hire actual real pilots to teach the material. I’m tired of posers.

“I know nothing about aviation. I’m concerned I won’t ‘get it’ and this will hurt my business.

I want to know the regulations so I can fly confidently and not have to worry about looking over my shoulder for some police officer or FAA guy to fine me. I want to be free to get the job done, not getting ambushed by some regulation gotcha.

If you found yourself saying, “That’s me!” to any of those statements, this course is for you.

Why should I take this course?

Remote Pilot Knowledge Exam. Regulations are 15 – 25% of the initial remote pilot knowledge exam. Regulations also make up a portion of the recurrent remote pilot knowledge. So whether you are studying for the initial test or the recurrent test, this course can help you. This course is specifically designed to cover what you need to know from Part 107. Keep in mind there are some other regulations you can be tested on but the bulk of the questions come from Part 107. 

Have an FAA Waiver? The waivers being given out by the FAA (e.g. night waiver) require the responsible person to “ensure the remote PIC, manipulators of the controls, and VO are informed and familiar with part 107 regulations not waived[.]” A responsible person can choose to require the remote PIC, manipulator of the controls, and VO to all go through this course; thus, saving the responsible person time while providing a 3rd party check on the training. Note that we also have a night operations training course specifically designed for those operating under a night waiver.

Qualified. The course was designed AND taught by an FAA certificated flight instructor, not just some remote pilot turned drone “expert.” The instructor has been a commercial pilot for over a decade. The course instructor is also a professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and practicing aviation attorney.

Insured. Rupprecht Drones has a 1-million-dollar policy covering negligent instruction. If we say something incorrect and there is an accident, this insurance policy is there to make things whole. Do any of the other courses out there carry insurance? Insurance is what separate the posers from the professionals.

Note: this course is planning on being launched at around $29 -49. 

Still not convinced? Sign up and get access to some of the videos for free!

Jonathan Rupprecht
Jonathan Rupprecht
Flight Instructor

About the Instructor

Forbes, Newsweek, Inc., Politico, NPR, HuffPost, The Hill, and many other sources have cited or quoted Jonathan Rupprecht who is a drone lawyer and a commercial pilot with single-engine, multi-engine, and instrument ratings. He is also an FAA certificated airplane flight instructor and instrument flight instructor. 

Jonathan is an adjunct faculty professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University teaching an Unmanned Systems Legal and Regulatory Compliance course. 

Jonathan authored a drone book being used at multiple universities around the U.S. He also created the popular Drone Operator's Logbook. He co-authored a legal treatise on unmanned aircraft that is being published by the American Bar Association. He has worked on the Taylor v. FAA cases in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals which resulted in the drone registration regulations as applied to 336 model aircraft being struck down as illegal.

Are You Ready to Learn? 

Yes, I want to learn!

What the beta-testers have been saying about this course:

Michael Richardson

Part 107 - Drone Regulations

The Part 107 - Drone Regulation section is very detailed. The explanation of each section is clear and concise. Drone Regulations requires going over the videos twice to understand all the material. The ability to retake the quiz is a great featur...

Tony Brown

Excellent Course!

You have done it again Jonathan! You have created an invaluable tool! Impressed I am. Keep up the great work!

Bryan Zollner

Great course.

Well laid out and broken up into easy to follow segments. Recommend for anyone wanting to get a better understanding of part 107.

Course Curriculum

Full Video
§ 107.5 Falsification, reproduction or alteration.
§ 107.7 Inspection, testing, and demonstration of compliance.
§ 107.9 Accident reporting.
§ 107.12 Requirement for a remote pilot certificate with a small UAS rating.
§ 107.15 Condition for safe operation.
§ 107.17 Medical condition.
§ 107.19 Remote pilot in command.
§ 107.21 In-flight emergency.
§ 107.23 Hazardous operation.
§ 107.25 Operation from a moving vehicle or aircraft.
§ 107.27 Alcohol or drugs.
§ 107.29 Daylight operation.
§ 107.31 Visual line of sight aircraft operation.
§ 107.33 Visual observer.
§ 107.35 Operation of multiple small unmanned aircraft.
§ 107.36 Carriage of hazardous material.
107.37 & 107.43 Operation near aircraft; right-of-way rules and operation in the vicinity of airports.
§ 107.39 Operation over human beings.
§ 107.41 Operation in certain airspace.
§ 107.45 Operation in prohibited or restricted areas.
§ 107.47 Flight restrictions in the proximity of certain areas designated by notice to airmen.
§ 107.49 Preflight familiarization, inspection, and actions for aircraft operation.
§ 107.51 Operating limitations for small unmanned aircraft.
107.57 & 107.59 Refusal to submit to an alcohol test or to furnish test results and offenses involving alcohol or drugs.
§ 107.61 Eligibility.
107.63 & 107.64 Issuance of a remote pilot certificate with a small UAS rating and temporary certificate.
§ 107.65 Aeronautical knowledge recency.
§ 107.67 Knowledge tests: General procedures and passing grades.
§ 107.69 Knowledge tests: Cheating or other unauthorized conduct.
§ 107.71 Retesting after failure.
107.73 & 107.74 Initial and recurrent training courses and knowledge tests.
§ 107.77 Change of name or address.
§ 107.79 Voluntary surrender of certificate.
107.200 & 107.205 Waiver policy and requirements and list of regulations subject to waiver.