PART 107 COMMERCIAL
DRONE OPERATOR LICENSE
MAUI’S SCHOOL FOR
REMOTE PILOT CERTIFICATION
Go Fly Maui is Maui’s preeminent school for earning a Remote Pilot Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), also known as a drone license, Part 107 license, or Part 107 certificate.
What is a drone license?
In order to operate a drone under the FAA Small UAS Rule (Part 107), a pilot must obtain a Remote Pilot Certificate from the FAA. This certificate demonstrates an understanding of FAA regulations, operating requirements, and procedures for safely flying drones.
Who needs a drone license?
Anyone flying a drone commercially needs a drone license.
What topics are covered?
All Go Fly Maui drone pilot certification courses cover critical licensing information, including drone regulations, airspace, weather, drone loading, emergency procedures, crew resource management (CRM), radio communication procedures, performance planning, physiological effects of drugs and alcohol, aeronautical decision making (ADM), airport operations, maintenance and preflight inspection procedures.
DRONE PILOT PREREQUISITES AND
In order to be considered eligible for drone license, all pilots must;
- Be at least 16 years old
- Read, write, and speak English
- Be in good physical and mental health
- Demonstrate aeronautical knowledge in the areas listed in the course outline
- Pass an FAA knowledge test covering the aeronautical knowledge areas
NOTE: If a pilot already holds a license issued under Part 61, and meets the flight review requirements, they only need to go through the initial 107 drone training and pass the online written quiz.
Go Fly Maui offers both small group and private, one-on-one drone certification classes.
- Group Class – $400/per student
- Minimum two students
- Maximum three students
- Private Class – $75/per hour
- One-on-one with instructor
FAA setup and form filings are $75 per student.
All classes include instructor endorsement and filling of the 8710-1 form with the FAA.