FAA 14 CFR part 107 Practice Exam

Airman Knowledge Testing Supplement for Sport Pilot, Recreational Pilot, and Private Pilot
(FAA-CT-8080-2G)

Welcome to your Remote Pilot Unmanned Aircraft System Practice Exam

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Each person who holds a pilot certificate, a U.S. driver's license, or a medical certificate shall present it for inspection upon the request of the Administrator, the National Transportation Safety Board, or any

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An aircraft announces that they are on short final for runway 9. Where will the aircraft be in relation to the airport?

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The minimum distance from clouds required for sUAS Part 107 operations is

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What is the best way for a remote pilot to determine the likelihood of local fog formation?

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Unless otherwise authorized, what is the maximum airspeed at which a person may operate an sUAS below 400 feet?

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Which action is specifically required of the remote pilot prior to each flight?

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If requested, to whom must I present my Remote Pilot Certificate?

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What action, if any, is appropriate if the remote pilot deviates from Part 107 during an emergency?

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Flight Data Center (FDC) NOTAMS are issued by the National Flight Data Center and contain regulatory information, such as

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Who holds the responsibility to ensure all crewmembers who are participating in the operation are not impaired by drugs or alcohol?

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Under what condition should the operator of a small unmanned aircraft establish a scheduled maintenance protocol?

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Which of the following types of operations are excluded from the requirements in 14 CFR Part 107?

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Entries into traffic patterns by manned aircraft while descending create specific collision hazards and

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If there is thunderstorm activity in the vicinity of an airport at which you plan to land, which hazardous atmospheric phenomenon might be expected during recovery/landing of the sUAS?

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(Refer to Figure 78) What is the minimum base of the cloud layer to fly to the top of the towers 4 NM east of Onawa (K36)?

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(Refer to Figure 15.) What is the forecast wind for KMEM from 1600Z until the end of the forecast?

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(Refer to Figure 71, area 6) Sky Way Airport is

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According to 14 CFR Part 48, when would a small unmanned aircraft owner not be permitted to register it?

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Hazardous attitudes occur to every pilot to some degree at some time. What are some of these hazardous attitudes?

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When a manned aircraft is approaching to land at an airport in Class G airspace without an operating control tower, the pilot will

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(Refer to Figure 76.) What ATC permissions are required to operate near Anderson Airport?

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You plan to operate a 33 lb sUAS to capture aerial imagery over real estate for use in sales listings. What FAA regulation is this sUAS operation subject to?

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Which of these operations must comply with 14 CFR Part 107?

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The angle of attack at which an airfoil stalls will

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An FDC NOTAM will typically contain information

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(Refer to Figure 69.) You are inspecting the lighted towers approximately 8 NM SW of the Corpus Christi Intl airport (CRP). What is the lowest cloud cover that will enable you to inspect the top of the tower?

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(Refer to Figure 21.) What airport is located approximately 47 (degrees) 40 (minutes) N latitude and 101 (degrees) 26 (minutes) W longitude?

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(Refer to Figure 2.) If an unmanned airplane weighs 33 pounds, what approximate weight would the airplane structure be required to support during a 30 degree banked turn while maintaining altitude?

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Personnel at an outdoor concert venue use an sUAS to drop promotional t-shirts and CDs over the audience. Is this sUAS operation in compliance with 14 CFR Part 107?

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When should pilots state their position on the airport when calling the tower for takeoff?

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What information is contained in the Notices to Airman Publication (NTAP)?

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(Refer to Figure 26, area 1.) You have been asked to inspect the tower just north of Binford. What restrictions should the Remote PIC be concerned with prior to operating the sUAS?

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When adapting crew resource management (CRM) concepts to the operation of a small unmanned aircraft, CRM must be integrated into

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Wind shear can exist

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Identify the hazardous attitude or characteristic a Remote Pilot in Command displays while taking risks in order to impress others?

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According to 14 CFR Part 107, an sUAS is an unmanned aircraft system weighing

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When operating an unmanned aircraft, the remote pilot-in-command should consider that the load factor on the wings or rotors may be increased anytime

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How should an sUAS preflight inspection be accomplished for the first flight of the day?

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Who is ultimately responsible for preventing a hazardous situation before an accident occurs?

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Refer to Figure 21.) You have been hired by a farmer to use your small unmanned aircraft to inspect his crops. The area that you are to survey is in the Devil`s Lake West MOA, east of area 2. How would you find out if the MOA is active?

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Which of the following individuals may process an application for a Part 107 remote pilot certificate with an sUAS rating?

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Which crewmember is required to be under the direct supervision of the remote PIC when operating an sUAS?

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What is the best way to mitigate risk?

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A professional wildlife photographer operates an sUAS from a moving truck to capture aerial images of migrating birds in remote wetlands. The driver of the truck does not serve any crewmember role in the operation. Is this sUAS operation in compliance with 14 CFR Part 107?

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As you are flying your sUAS, valued at $1,000, over a home to photograph it for real estate sales purposes, the sUAS has a failure causing it to fall onto an awning, causing some minor damage. The fair market value of the awning is $800 but it can be repaired for $400. What type of report is required?

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What could be a consequence of operating a small unmanned aircraft above its maximum allowable weight?

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What situation is most conducive to the formation of radiation fog?

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Which of the following sources of information should you consult first when determining what maintenance should be performed on an sUAS or its components?

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An extreme case of a pilot getting behind the aircraft can lead to the operational pitfall of

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What action should the pilots take if a collision is anticipated?

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What effect does an uphill terrain slope have on launch performance?

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Under what conditions would a small unmanned aircraft not have to be registered before it is operated in the United States?

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The development of thermals depends upon

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While operating a sUAS just south of a controlled airport with authorization, ATC notifies you to stay clear of the runway 6 final approach course. What action should you take to comply with this request?

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Responsibility for collision avoidance in an alert area rests with

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The amount of excess load that can be imposed on the wing of an airplane depends upon the

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What effect does high density altitude have on the efficiency of a UA propeller?

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(Refer to Figure 26.) What does the line of latitude at area 4 measure?

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(Refer to Figure 22 area 2; and Figure 31.) At Coeur D'Alene, which frequency should be used as a Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF) to monitor airport traffic?

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To ensure that the unmanned aircraft center of gravity (CG) limits are not exceeded, follow the aircraft loading instructions specified in the

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