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Drone Pilots: Did Your Airspace Authorization Expire On September 30, 2018?

FAA Reminds Drone Pilots Of Method For Renewing Through LAANC

f your airspace authorization expired on September 30, 2018, and you did not receive an airspace authorization extension, you can apply for a new authorization via the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) or the DroneZone.

There are two ways to obtain an authorization:

The quickest and easiest way is through LAANC.  An FAA approved UAS Service Supplier (USS) of the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability  grants an airspace authorization* in near real time. A list of USSs is available below. Instructions on how to apply are provided by the individual service provider.

  • Aeronyde
  • Airbus
  • AirMap
  • AiRXOS
  • Altitude Angel
  • Converge
  • DJI
  • Harris Corporation
  • Kittyhawk
  • Project Wing
  • Skyward
  • Thales Group
  • UASidekick
  • Unifly

To use the DroneZone you must first set up an account. (If you’ve already registered your drone, you should login using that account.)      

Select option to register under the tab “ Fly sUAS under Part 107."
Register your drone.
Under section Part 107 Waivers and Authorizations, follow the instructions to create an authorization application.

Before you apply make sure your read our tips on how to apply. www.faa.gov/uas/request_waiver/request_operate_controlled_airspace/

LAANC does not support waiver applications, authorizations that are part of a waiver application can only be made in the DroneZone.

(Source: FAA news release. Image from file)

FMI: www.faa.gov

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