Airmaps – Drone Map App

#airmaps #droneapp #TFRs #whereToFly #getApproved #FAA #approvedFlight

Get FAA approval to fly with Airmaps… Looking for FAA compliant drone flight apps? Quick and easy, Airmaps makes flight easy to understand, fly with confidence within legal requirements and knowledge to fly approved

See below, from install to usage, Airmaps will help explain what’s going on in the airspace above you, how to fly with approved FAA flight status, log your flights and more. From t’s & c’s, to maps, flight logs and FAA approval to fly safely. Get approved, with FAA approved flight requests. Check Kennedy Space center, learn about the airspace above and around Kennedy, learn about the warnings and requirements, same for the maps and flight restrictions in and around the areas within your airsapce.

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FAA Hurricane Update

FAA Hurricane Ian Update

#FAADroneUpdate #faaStormAwareness #DronesGonnaDrone #droonies

Know What To Do Pre/Post Hurricane Ian – Before you fly, know what’s going on in the sky above you… FAA Hurricane Update. Reminder, the drone space continues to evolve, grow and maturate…

Drone folks gonna drone. The ‘dronedom’ (Drone/autonomous fiefdom). This year the FAA has amassed a safety awareness day c, federal representatives, educators, ‘droonies'(as in droggies, but drone people) and more… June 18, 2022 is the day to gather with your fellow droonies… June 18th is FAA Drone Safety Day – join, support and/or host click here. This message is in reference to FAA notice number” NOTC2405.

For those of you who are interested in learning more about open FAA communications, licensed drone updates etc. give us a shout or leave a comment below

FAA Flight Over People

FAA Flight Over People

#FAASafety #FlightOverPeople #Part107_Pilots

FAA Training Notice – Notice Number: NOTC1758

Time for some training for you Part 107 license holders… Waiver updates coming April 21, requirements for flight at night and/or over people or moving vehicles still require waivers until said date. However, moving forward waivers and requirements needed additional ‘clarification’. My assumption after a few conversations with the FAA, licensing and testing is set to change here at some point. Additional assumption, licensing might be handled more like boat licensing here in the State of Fl. Class, cert… fly. Let’s see what makes it through as far as updates, updated regs. Not comfortable at this time speculating on what is going to change, how and when. You be the judge!

Side note, we continue to use and test Airmaps as described on Airmaps (lost some forum responses in a purge, hit by a spammer attack, posting below), FAA’s Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) B4UFLY App, FAA DroneZone, ring the ole’ FAA tele or email for clarification. Fairly straight forward.

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