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FAA’s TRUST training is a must for recreational and Part 107 drone pilots

As you might have heard, last week the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) introduced The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST) for recreational drone pilots and hobbyists. In case you have a Part 107 Certificate and you think you don’t have to take the TRUST training, well you’d be surprised. Watch the videos below and learn from Greg Reverdiau from the Pilot Institute why you too should take the training and test.

FAA’s TRUST training is a must for recreational and Part 107 drone pilots

The FAA’s TRUST training and test offered by the Pilot Institute is free and maybe the best thing is you cannot fail. Watch the video below in which Ken Dobo interviews Greg about the benefits of the TRUST training and why even Part 107 pilots should still take it.

For more information about the TRUST training and test, you can go to the FAA’s website.

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