A complete ground school course to train for the FAA Remote Pilot - Small UAS Rating knowledge test (both initial and re-certification exams).

Includes 10 hours of lessons, 420 practice questions, and 175 flashcards to prepare for commercial drone operations under Part 107. This course is perfect for those with zero experience, but even experienced drone pilots will benefit for the in-depth subject matter coverage.

If you complete the course, you will pass the FAA exam on the first try. Completion of the course requires completion of all lessons, stage checks, the end of course exam, and passing 5 simulated FAA exams with an average score of 90%.

Your purchase includes unlimited lifetime access and question bank updates, so that you can continue to use the course for the FAA's recurrent exam required every two years.

Non-US citizens who can read, write, speak, and understand English may obtain an FAA remote pilot certificate per FAR 107.61.


Ten hours of lesson content (based on average completion time), covering all areas tested by the FAA on the Remote Pilot exam.

▸ Weather Formation
▸ Hazardous Weather
▸ Principles of Flight
▸ Aerodynamics for UA Pilots
▸ Airspace for UA Pilots
▸ Remote Pilot Certification
▸ Fitness for Flight
▸ Aeronautical Decision Making
▸ Airworthiness
▸ Obtaining Weather Information
▸ Loading and Performance
▸ Aeronautical Charts
▸ Flight Rules (UAS)
▸ Operation Near Airports
▸ Operational Hazards and Emergencies


After completing the course, prepare for the FAA exam with over 400 practice questions, including official FAA questions. FlightReady identifies your weakest areas to focus your efforts, rather than wasting time answering questions you've already mastered.

▸ Create a practice session targeting only those questions that you miss most often
▸ Create new session from all missed questions in the previous session
▸ Create custom study sessions that include or exclude questions that require referencing figures, the use of a flight computer, or that have already been answered. Great for iPhones and on the go studying.
▸ Mark questions for later review within a session
▸ Flashcards
▸ Simulated FAA exams administered under the same rules as the real exam
▸ Detailed explanations, many with high resolution images
▸ Full text of applicable regulations where applicable
▸ Regular question bank updates


Proficiency is tracked using a proprietary algorithm that assigns a mastery level to each question, which helps your avoid wasting time re-answering mastered questions. Our statistics include:

▸ Average score on all simulated FAA exams.
▸ Mastery of the overall question bank
▸ Weakest subject areas
▸ Lesson completion status and quiz scores
▸ Total time spent in course

Reports can be shared via email, iMessage, and more.


▸ Multi-tasking support allows you to use FlightReady side by side with other apps
▸ Sync your data across all of your iOS devices
▸ Take the course in Guided or Review Mode. In Guided Mode, you will be taken through each lesson in sequence, and required to complete each and every activity, knowledge check, and quiz. Review Mode allows you to complete lessons out of order, or skip lessons entirely.
▸ Lifetime question bank updates are included


FlightReady is available with a volume educational discount, with upcoming support for student management via the app.

What’s New

Version 2.17.10

▸ Bug fixes and stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
184 Ratings

184 Ratings

danilleandjeff ,

Great Part 107 Prep course

I recently took and passed the FAA Part 107 Exam using this course as my study material. I was able to review all of the pertinent material in the course and then took several practice exams to get ready. After a few exams I used the cool feature that showed me my weak areas and went back to review and made up an exams of all the questions on those categories. By a couple days before my exam I could routinely score 93-97 on the practice exams. When I took my test I got an 88. There were probably 10ish questions that were nothing like the practice tests, but the material was in their course. Same for the questions I missed, I was able to go back and find the answers to everyone of them in the study guide. I like that this was cheaper than an online or in person instructor led course, and with it on my iPhone and iPad I could review it anytime I wanted. Highly recommend this app if you’re planning on taking the UAG/107 exam.

gjkiy4g ,

It’s ok, not great

Half of the questions that are asked in this app by the time you get to them are not covered in the previous material you just go over. Also, when you miss a questions the explanations are not well written and most of the time are very hard to digest. A lot of acronyms are used without any explanation as to what they are unless you already have a working knowledge of weather. For $50, the explanations should have been written in far better laymen’s terms to be understandable. Also, in the very beginning before even purchasing this application I sent a question to the developer of the app and specifically mentioned “ground school” and Ed sent me an email back saying he didn’t know what application I was referring to. I replied that they only have one application that they have developed that has the words ground school in it and asked if he was going to answer my question. I never received a reply. Shame on me for going ahead and purchasing the app especially after being brushed off by their “support”. Look for another app unless you already have a working knowledge of weather and flight terminology.

Developer Response ,

Hi Nathan: (1) We offer ground school apps for both drone and manned aircraft certification. Your email did not state which course you were interested in, and I requested clarification so that I could answer your question. (2) Addressing your comment about the course content, the Remote Pilot course does require at least High School level knowledge of the physical sciences, but specialized knowledge about meteorology is not required to understand the lesson content. It is assumed that people will know terms such as "humidity," but terms such as "cumuliform" (the subject of one your reports), are indeed defined in the course. Users may submit reports via the app to let us know of errors and areas that may be confusing, but, other than the "cumuliform" report, I did not receive any reports regarding this issue from you.

SGLS Drone Pilot ,

Awesome Test Prep Guide

There are some $5 apps that are ok, but they have the same exact questions and answers. This was my main study guide that actually teaches you the concepts you need to pass the test....And it's constantly updated. I mainly used this to study and understand the airspace and weather charts. Took many quizzes on this app. Total study time was 1 week, took the test and passed.

Most of the questions you see floating around the web were not on my test. Out of the 500+ questions I've seen online and even that 3DR sample test, mine only had 6 identical questions. Apparently the FAA is like Google and sees what questions are out there, and has justly modified the questions in order to make sure pilots understand that material.

Long story Long... Lol, trying to memorize answers online only, will almost guarantee NOT passing. This app will teach you and you will pass the test of you go through the entire course


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Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
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