The flight review is a practical Transport Canada test that is required to obtain your advanced drone pilot license.
This flight review offers one-on-one flight training prior to the actual flight test as a way to familiarize students with flight controls.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org directly to schedule a flight review. You must provide us with the following on the day of your review:
- a digital or physical copy of the results page of your successfully completed small advanced exam.
- a valid (not expired) piece of government-issued (federal/provincial/territorial/state government authority or the equivalent body abroad) identification that provides their name and date of birth.
- the Certificate of Registration for the drone used for the flight review
What is included:
Before scheduling your flight review, you must pass the Small Advanced Exam.
In preparation for your flight review, review Appendix A: Flight Reviewer’s Guide – sRPAS Exercises in the Knowledge Requirements for Pilots of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems 250 g up to and including 25 kg, Operating within Visual Line-of-Sight (VLOS).
All of our flight reviewers are Transport Canada registered drone pilots who can conduct a flight review.
After the flight test
Within 24 hours of your flight review, the flight reviewer will submit your results online and you will receive an email confirmation with a link to view your results. You will need to keep your knowledge up to date. If you let your knowledge level lapse for more than 2 years, Transport Canada may invalidate your results.
If you pass the flight review, you can apply for a Pilot Certificate – Advanced Operations.
If you fail the flight review, you may schedule another review the next day. There is no limit to the number of times you can retake a flight review, but you may need to pay a fee each time.