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Part 107 Night Operations Course
Earn your Part 107 Night Ops Qualification with Gold Seal!
In order to fly at night, you have to obtain a Waiver from the FAA. It is called a “daylight waiver” because it exempts you from the requirement to fly in daylight hours. It is typically good in all Class G airspace and may be used in conjunction with other Airspace Authorizations.

The FAA requires specific night operations training in order for you to qualify. This course provides that training and issues you a Night Operations Training Certificate, signed by an FAA Flight Instructor. The FAA accepts Gold Seal endorsed training certificates as proof of your training. These qualify both Remote Pilots and Visual Observers.

In order to fly at night, you have to obtain a Waiver from the FAA. It is called a “daylight waiver” because it exempts you from the requirement to fly in daylight hours. It is typically good in all Class G airspace and may be used in conjunction with other Airspace Authorizations.
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Russell Still

Airline Transport Pilot
FAA Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI, CFII)
8-Time Master Flight Instructor (MCFI)
FAA Remote Pilot
BS in Computer Science, University of Florida

Nate Tennant

Airline Transport Pilot
FAA Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI, CFII, MEI)
FAA Remote Pilot
BA in Public Relations, Belmont University