1. Not A Speck Of Cereal

    Telling me not to fly there: is he right?

    First off, I follow the recreational flyer rules, I'm FAA registered, I'm not a newbie, I'm certainly not one of those "how dare any person or agency tell ME where to fly!" fools. I also like to help educate the public, including those who think I'm creepy for piloting a camera in the sky, etc...
  2. Griffin D

    Class D Certificate of Authorization - Approved!

    Last month, I filled out a COA to fly in Class D airspace. I was very specific with where my flight activity would be, and I made sure to explain my safety mitigation plan. I also went into detail about how I will follow the Performance Based Standards. Yesterday a representative from the FAA...
  3. SoCalDude

    Why your Pilot's Certificate is not a "License"

    Ever wonder why your pilot’s “license” is really a pilot’s “certificate?” Or did you even know (or care)? One of the most common sayings in aviation is that your pilot certificate is a license to learn, and your non-flying friends and family members will always think of that precious bit of...
  4. SoCalDude

    Record Time Between Test & Application Association w/IACRA?

    I completed and passed the exam at 220000Z and was able to associate it to the IACRA application form on 230045Z. (If you've taken the exam, you'll know how to read those times!) That's got to be a new speed record of 24.75 hours from test completion to application association (for someone that...
  5. SoCalDude

    Your Part 107 Exam Score?

    I'm not sure if polls are visible in the mobile app for this forum. If you do not see the poll or are unable to vote your score from your mobile app, please vote from a desktop/laptop browser. So, what score did you receive on the Part 107 Remote Pilot Knowledge Test?