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How many drones you can fly simultaneously?


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What is the maximum height you can fly AGL or above a taller building within a 400-foot radius?

400 feet

3

What is the fastest speed you can fly?

100 MPH/87 Knots

4

What is the lightest drone that must be registered?

0.55 lbs

5

What is the heaviest legal drone?

A drone must be less than, not equal to, 55 lbs

6

What is the maximum blood alcohol level allowed while operating a drone?

0.04

7

What is the amount of time that must pass since you have had alcohol?

8 hours

8

What is the maximum time of which you can take to file an FAA accident report?

10 days

9

What is the maximum amount of time you have to notify the FAA if you move?

30 days

10

How much lead time is required when requesting an FAA waiver?

90 days

11

How much time must pass after a final narcotics conviction?

1 year

12

What is the youngest age at which a person can register a drone?

13 years old

13

How long is a drone certification good for?

2 years

14

What is the twilight time before sunrise or after sunset when you can still fly?

30 minutes

15

What is the distance your anti-collision lights must be visible from when flying during twilight? ( This is also the minimum visibility you must have while flying a drone.)

3 statute miles

16

What is the minimum number of feet below a cloud you must fly?

500 feet

17

What is the minimum number of feet horizontally from a cloud you must fly?

2000 feet

18

What is the minimum repair cost of accident damage that requires you to report an accident to the FAA?

$500

19

What is the “serious injury” AIS level that requires you to file an accident report?

Level 3

20

What is the MULTICOM frequency for self-announce procedures?

122.9

21

What is the distance you should operate from a tower to avoid hitting wires?

2000 feet

22

What occurs when the wing exceeds its critical angle of attack?

It stalls.

23

What is supposed to be defined in the Pilot’s Operating Handbook or UAS Flight Manual, but those don’t exist for drones?

Center of Gravity (CG) Limits

24

What determines when the craft stalls? (This doesn’t change if the vehicle weight changes.)

Angle of attack

25

This increases during any maneuver...

Load Factor

26

This is the answer to any question about who is responsible.

Remote PIC

27

Aircrafts always turn which direction when circling a runway?

Aircraft always turn left when circling a runway, because drivers sit on the left side of the car in the US, and pilots sit on the left of the plane, too. It’s easier for them to look out the left window to see the tower.

28

What type of schedule is required?

Maintenance Schedule

29

What helps to prevent an accident chain?

Risk Management

30

What is Machismo?

The act of taking risks to impress others.

31

What is Impulsivity

Doing something without thinking about it.

32

What is Invulnerability?

Thinking accidents won’t happen to you.

33

What is Resignation?

They don’t control their destiny.

34

What is Crew Resource Management (CRM)?

How you manage your “crew” and in turn should be integrated it into all phases of the operation.

35

How you should scan for traffic?

Systematically focus on different segments of the sky for short intervals. Let your eyes rest in different areas for a while, rather than continuously scanning.

36

What briefing contains the weather forecast?

Standard briefing

37

What is AWOS?

(Weather)

38

What is CTAF?

Common Traffic Advisory Frequency. Pilot to Pilot when no tower

39

What is UNICOM?

A base station that broadcasts to pilots when there’s no tower

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What is CTAF?

Common Traffic Advisory Frequency. Pilot to Pilot when no tower.