Airspace Authorization 2017-11-09T11:13:19+00:00

Automated Airspace
Authorization is here.

You asked for it. We’re delivering.

AirMap is an approved U.A.S. Service Supplier of the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability system (L.A.A.N.C.) to U.S. commercial drone operators.

Automated Airspace
Authorization is here.

You asked for it. We’re delivering.

AirMap is an approved U.A.S. Service Supplier of the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability system (L.A.A.N.C.) to U.S. commercial drone operators.

STEP 1: Plan a Flight

STEP 2: Get Authorization

STEP 3: Take Off
STEP 1: Plan a Flight

STEP 2: Get Authorization

STEP 3: Take Off

STEP 1: Plan a Flight

STEP 2: Get Authorization

STEP 3: Take Off

How It Works

AirMap makes it easy to discover airspace advisories, create a flight plan, and contact airspace authorities. Now, we’ve digitally automated airspace authorization for access to the first LAANC prototype evaluation sites.

Drone operators can apply for two types of authorization with AirMap:

Automated Authorization: Fly within pre-approved zones and altitudes in controlled airspace to receive authorization from participating ATC facilities.

Manual Authorization: Flights outside of pre-approved zones and altitudes require manual approval by ATC. Request hassle-free authorization in the AirMap app and receive confirmation in 30 days or less.

Today, digital airspace authorization is available at the following ATC facilities:

  • San Jose International Airport (SJC)

  • Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO)

  • Lincoln Airport (LNK)

  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)
  • Miami International Airport (MIA)

Learn more about requesting airspace authorization with AirMap here, or download AirMap to get started.

How It Works

AirMap makes it easy to discover airspace advisories, create a flight plan, and contact airspace authorities. Now, we’ve digitally automated airspace authorization for access to the first LAANC prototype evaluation sites.

Drone operators can apply for two types of authorization with AirMap:

Automated Authorization: Fly within pre-approved zones and altitudes in controlled airspace to receive authorization from participating ATC facilities.

Manual Authorization: Flights outside of pre-approved zones and altitudes require manual approval by ATC. Request hassle-free authorization in the AirMap app and receive confirmation in 30 days or less.

Today, digital airspace authorization is available at the following ATC facilities:

  • San Jose International Airport (SJC)

  • Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO)

  • Lincoln Airport (LNK)

  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)
  • Miami International Airport (MIA)

Learn more about requesting airspace authorization with AirMap here, or download AirMap to get started.

How It Works

AirMap makes it easy to discover airspace advisories, create a flight plan, and contact airspace authorities. Now, we’ve digitally automated airspace authorization for access to the first LAANC prototype evaluation sites.

Drone operators can apply for two types of authorization with AirMap:

Automated Authorization: Fly within pre-approved zones and altitudes in controlled airspace to receive authorization from participating ATC facilities.

Manual Authorization: Flights outside of pre-approved zones and altitudes require manual approval by ATC. Request hassle-free authorization in the AirMap app and receive confirmation in 30 days or less.

Today, digital airspace authorization is available at the following ATC facilities:

  • San Jose International Airport (SJC)

  • Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO)

  • Lincoln Airport (LNK)

  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)

  • Miami International Airport (MIA)

Learn more about requesting airspace authorization with AirMap here, or download AirMap to get started.

Win an Inspire 2

What does automated airspace authorization mean for your drone business?

Tell us on Twitter, Facebook, or email for your chance to win an Inspire 2 drone and be featured on the AirMap blog. Tag #poweredbyAirMap to enter.

See official contest rules >

Win an Inspire 2

What does automated airspace authorization mean for your drone business?

Tell us on Twitter, Facebook, or email for your chance to win an Inspire 2 drone and be featured on the AirMap blog. Tag #poweredbyAirMap to enter.

See official contest rules >

More About L.A.A.N.C.

For more information about airspace authorization and the AirMap platform, contact us.

Contact Us

For more information about airspace authorization and the AirMap platform, contact us.

Contact Us