The purpose of the Gleim Remote Pilot FAA Knowledge Test Prep book is to provide you with the easiest, fastest, and least-expensive means to prepare for and pass the FAA knowledge test.
The Gleim Remote Pilot FAA Knowledge Test Prep book provides you with the easiest, fastest, and least-expensive means to prepare for and pass the FAA knowledge test for Remote Pilot. Learn the requirements to safely operate small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (sUAS or drones) in the national airspace system.
The Gleim Knowledge Transfer Outlines at the beginning of each study unit concisely present the relevant material needed to confidently answer any knowledge test question you may see on the FAA Unmanned Aircraft – General knowledge test. The book contains hundreds of representative FAA questions, as well as questions that have been developed from current FAA reference materials.
This book can be used in preparation for the Unmanned Aircraft – General (UAG) FAA knowledge test.
Access to the online kit components will expire 12 months from the date of purchase. If you have not completed the course and you need access after the expiration date, you may purchase a 12 month extension at half the current purchase price of each online component within 30 days of expiration.
Introduction: The FAA Remote Pilot Knowledge Test
Study Unit 1. Regulations
Study Unit 2. Airspace Classification and Operating Requirements
Study Unit 3. Aviation Weather Services
Study Unit 4. Weather Effects on Performance
Study Unit 5. Loading and Performance
Study Unit 6. Radio Communications Procedures
Study Unit 7. Airport Operations
Study Unit 8. Aeronautical Decision-Making and Physiology
Study Unit 9. Emergency Procedures, Maintenance, and Inspections
Appendix A: Remote Pilot Practice Test
Appendix B: Interpolation
FAA Listing of Learning Statement Codes
Cross-References to the FAA Learning Statement Codes
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Index of Legends and Figures
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Irvin N. Gleim, Garrett W. Gleim