Personnel at an outdoor concert venue use an sUAS to drop promotional t-shirts and CDs over the audience. Is this sUAS operation in compliance with 14 CFR part 107?
Without a waiver, the maximum speed you can fly a drone in the US is:
The air temperature is 12 °C at an elevation of 1,250 ft. Using a standard (average) temperature lapse rate, what is the temperature at 7,250 ft MSL?
Which weather conditions should you expect when reports call for low-level temperature inversions and high relative humidity?
(Refer to FAA-CT-8080-2H, Figure 26, area 2.) While monitoring the CooperstownCTAF you hear an aircraft announce that they are midfield left downwind to RWY 13.Where would the aircraft be relative to the runway?
Which category of operations over people requires that the sUAS will not cause injury equivalent to or greater than the impact of 11 foot-pounds of kinetic energy?
The Remote PIC and PMC must be able to have the sUA in Visutal Line Of Sight (LOS) at all times during flight.
When operating close to a building, winds blowing against the building could cause strong updrafts that can result in ballooning or a loss of positive control.
The process by which ice can form on a surface directly from water vapor on a cold, clear night is called?
How far below clouds are you allowed to fly your drone?