Airspace and Charts for Part 107 UAS Drone Remote Pilots
This course is designed to help Remote Pilots (certified or currently studying) acquire a better understand of the National Airspace System and how to read information on Sectional Charts and Chart Supplements. This course is comprehensive and helps pilots accomplish the following:
- Identify which airspace their mission takes place in,
- Determine if the airspace requires permission,
- Become proficient at reading FAA chart and chart supplement to gather the maximum amount of data before a mission.
This course is part of my UAS Remote Pilot Certificate Test Prep course for Part 107 Exam, which can be found on my profile. There, you will find additional information about regulation, aviation weather, crew resource management, emergency procedures, aeronautical decision-making, physiology and maintenance.
Controlled and Uncontrolled Airspace
Updated 6/13/18: removed reference to full test-prep course.
Special Use Airspace
Updated 6/13/18: added better highlighting of the TRSA area on the map.
Airspace Typical FAA Questions
Updated 6/13/18: re-edited first question.
Updated 6/13/18: re-recorded section about Fort Worth Meacham question and Class D airspace.
Use this section to test your knowledge about airspace.
Charts & Supplements
Updated 6/13/18 with more arrows pointing to the areas discussed in the video.
Updated 6/13/18: re-recorded the portion about anti-meridian.
Charts Typical FAA Questions
Use this section to test your knowledge about charts.