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graphic-showcase-drone-favicon-top-pad-3  Empowering Pilots

graphic-showcase-drone-favicon-top-pad-3  Empowering Pilots

Freedom to Take Flight

Today, millions of drones are operating billions of flights, sharing the sky with obstacles, manned aircraft, and each other. With AirMap’s airspace services, drones plan efficient flights and make data-driven decisions in real time. In other words, you’re cleared for takeoff.
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Freedom to Take Flight

Today, millions of drones are operating billions of flights, sharing the sky with obstacles, manned aircraft, and each other. With AirMap’s airspace services, drones plan efficient flights and make data-driven decisions in real time. In other words, you’re cleared for takeoff.
Download our app >
Q: I'm a first-time drone flier. What do I need to know?

New to drone flying? There’s a few things you should know. As an aviator, you are responsible for being familiar with the practice of aviation. Before taking flight, be sure to familiarize yourself with your aviation authority’s requirements for safe and responsible drone flight for both recreational and commercial drone operations.
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Q. I'm flying recreationally. What do I need to know?

Guidelines for drone operations generally follow common sense, though are commonly misunderstood. In the U.S., the basic rules are: 1. Stay below 400 feet; 2. Maintain visual line of sight, 3. Avoid flying over people; 4. Fly in accordance with local guidelines; and 5. When flying within 5 miles of an airport, give notice to the airport.
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Q: I'm flying commercially. What do I need to know?

Observe the requirements for drone operations for commercial purposes in your country. For example, U.S.-based operators must follow Part 107 of the Federal Aviation Regulations for commercial operation of drones under 55 lbs. Part 107 requires that all commercial drone operators obtain their remote pilot certificates, among other requirements.
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Q: How should I use AirMap when flying recreationally or commercially?

AirMap makes it easy to be informed, safe, and responsible when flying your drone. Use AirMap to access real-time information about your flight, including controlled airspace, temporary flight restrictions, nearby traffic, and changes in weather. Submit digital notice to airports directly from the AirMap app. Manage your pilot profile and aircraft on the go.
Learn more >

Q: I'm a first-time drone flier. What do I need to know?

New to drone flying? There’s a few things you should know. As an aviator, you are responsible for being familiar with the practice of aviation. Before taking flight, be sure to familiarize yourself with your aviation authority’s requirements for safe and responsible drone flight for both recreational and commercial drone operations.
Learn more >

Q. I'm flying recreationally. What do I need to know?

Guidelines for drone operations generally follow common sense, though are commonly misunderstood. In the U.S., the basic rules are: 1. Stay below 400 feet; 2. Maintain visual line of sight, 3. Avoid flying over people; 4. Fly in accordance with local guidelines; and 5. When flying within 5 miles of an airport, give notice to the airport.
Learn more >

Q: I'm flying commercially. What do I need to know?

Observe the requirements for drone operations for commercial purposes in your country. For example, U.S.-based operators must follow Part 107 of the Federal Aviation Regulations for commercial operation of drones under 55 lbs. Part 107 requires that all commercial drone operators obtain their remote pilot certificates, among other requirements.
Learn more >

Q: How should I use AirMap when flying recreationally or commercially?

AirMap makes it easy to be informed, safe, and responsible when flying your drone. Use AirMap to access real-time information about your flight, including controlled airspace, temporary flight restrictions, nearby traffic, and changes in weather. Submit digital notice to airports directly from the AirMap app. Manage your pilot profile and aircraft on the go.
Learn more >

Submit Digital Notice

Give nearby airports a head’s up when you are flying within 5 miles. Just choose “Submit Digital Notice” and take flight.
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Submit Digital Notice

Give nearby airports a head’s up when you are flying within 5 miles. Just choose “Submit Digital Notice” and take flight.
Learn more about D-NAS >

Real-Time Traffic Alerts

“Traffic! Traffic!” Get real-time traffic alerts when manned aircraft trajectories create a potential hazard for your drone’s area of operation.
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Real-Time Traffic Alerts

“Traffic! Traffic!” Get real-time traffic alerts when manned aircraft trajectories create a potential hazard for your drone’s area of operation.
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Manage Your Drone Profile

Create a pilot profile, manage your aircraft, view past flight plans, and more. AirMap makes it easy and fun to fly safely and efficiently.
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Manage Your Drone Profile

Create a pilot profile, manage your aircraft, view past flight plans, and more. AirMap makes it easy and fun to fly safely and efficiently.
Get started >

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