By: Miriam McNabb
It’s a complex problem: how to ensure that all drone operators have up-to-date information on airspace before they fly. It isn’t just a question of publishing NOTAMS and maps: drone flyers are a diverse group, ranging from professioal pilots to kids exploring the airspace for the first time. The information has to be readily available, easy to use, up-to-date – and free.
So when the FAA partnered with drone software leaders Kittyhawk to update B4UFLY, the FAA’s free app, it was great news. [More and download info]