We offer classes both online and in-person throughout the country.All of our flight instructors are manned aircraft pilots and certified drone pilots.Community Q&A Aviators use METAR reports to get essential knowledge of flying conditions.To the casual observer this may look like a string of random numbers and letters, but this article tells you how to decode such a report.
For example, 240 degrees @ 130 knots is coded 7430.
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The FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot exam requires you to know how to read a METAR, a meteorological terminal aviation routine report.
If you are serious about getting your drone pilot license, knowing how to read a METAR report is absolutely essential.