Now Available: Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability for Recreational Flyers


Great news for recreational drone pilots! The FAA is upgrading its LAANC (Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability) system to allow recreational flyers to request automated airspace authorizations to fly in U.S. controlled airspace.
This means that recreational users can use the
AirMap for Drones app to request access to operate their drones in controlled airspace around and above many airports, near their homes, parks, and other favorite places to fly.
Ready to fly? Plan a flight to get started.



Join us for an in-depth overview of how to get authorization to fly in controlled airspace in seconds. Representatives from AirMap and the Federal Aviation Administration will answer your questions about everything LAANC. Space is limited, reserve your spot today.

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