Keeping your Part 107 certificate up to date is important as we see more and more remote pilots pass the two-year mark from their original testing.
All FAA certificated airmen are required to undergo some sort of recurrency process every 24 calendar months. Keep in mind that your certificate does not expire. It may be suspended or even revoked, but it does not expire. It is your legal ability to use your certificate that must be refreshed.
Remote Pilots earned their certificate by passing an initial Knowledge Test containing 60 multiple choice questions. This certificate allowed you to exercise the privileges of the certificate for the next 24 calendar months. Prior to the end of the 24th month, you are required to pass a Recurrency Test to maintain the legal ability to use your certificate. [Read more…]