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The Canadian Flight Review with Sugu Drones
- July 1, 2022
- Posted by: Sugu Blogwriter
- Category: Adverisement
The Advanced pilot certification permits you to fly drones in *higher risk areas*. Once certified, you can fly drones in controlled airspaces, less than 100 feet from people, and near airports. In other words, broader range of areas to fly you can market & commercialize your drone operations to be highly profitable. To get the certification in Canada, you need to pass the advanced exam and then the flight review.
If you’re a candidate seeking to do your flight review, we suggest candidates book flight training.
Flight training With Sugu Drones
Flight training with Sugu drones aims to prepare and evaluate learners for the Transport Canada flight review. The program combines video and class lectures and field practicals for students without prior RPAS flight experience. Some of the topics you learn include.
- Site survey and selection
- Air Traffic Control Coordination
- Preflight checklist and drone usage
- Indoor flying and simulator
If you decide to go directly to flight review, you can register and come with the requirements (more on this later).
We recommend you obtain an *RPAS pilot flight kit to commence the training. Also, ensure you have downloaded the required software like Drone Centre, Google Earth Pro or Quadcopter FX Simulator Pro for Android to practice site surveys and flight techniques. In addition, acquire or rent a remotely piloted aircraft system (RPAS) of between 250 grams and 25 kilograms for flight training and review evaluation.
What Is A Flight Review?
A flight review assesses understanding and demonstration of skills for safe drone operation. In Canada, the assessment is conducted by Transport Canada-approved flight reviewers.
You have to meet the following requirements before taking a flight review in Canada:
- Be 16 years of age
- Have completed and passed the Advanced Exam
- Reviewed Appendix A of the TP15395
- Have a valid identification card which could be either a citizenship certificate, birth certificate, passport, aviation license, PR Card, military ID, and driver’s license
- Have a pilot certificate
- We recommend you obtain an RPAS flight kit (VHF radio, ROC- A radio license, first aid equipment, fire extinguisher, journey log or aircraft log, landing pad, and pylons)
What Should You Bring During A Flight Review
What Should You Bring In A Flight Review?
You need to have the following during a flight review:
- Installed site survey software or written drawn site survey
- Notam and weather report
- Candidate and advanced exam ID
- Valid government identification card
- Your drone’s manufacturer specifications
- Current maps: Visual Navigation Charts
- NAV Canada Airspace confirmations
- RPAS Essentials: Specified in flight kit – Recommend you purchase
- RPAS drone
How Much Does The Canadian Flight Review With Sugu Drones Cost?
The Sugu Drones flight review costs $220. The fees covers payment for a flight reviewer, and if required a field for an additional $50 fee (levied on checkout). To expand, the fee does not cover the required flight review equipment like a fire extinguisher, two-way radio, safety vest, and first aid kit.
You can acquire the RPAS pilot flight kit here or rent it from the training center. Also, come with the specified RPAS drone or make plans to hire one. However, if you’re enrolling for the Advanced Pilot Certification, the fee already includes the flight review charges.
How Is The Canadian Flight Review With Sugu Drones Organized?
The Transport Canada flight review provides students a means of evaluation to acquire advanced pilot certification. The exam takes an hour, and the flight reviewer tests your understanding of the following procedures:
- Preflight preparation
- Manual flight checks
- Fly away and lost-links
If you’re looking to do your flight review or conduct flight training with Sugu Drones, we have you covered. Our certified instructors are ready to demystify the problematic terms and offer in field practicals.