LAANC Tutorial for Recreational Drone Pilots | Airmap or Kittyhawk?

LAANC Tutorial for Recreational Drone Pilots | Airmap or Kittyhawk?

Recreational drone pilots in the U.S. can now fly in restricted airspace by using the LAANC system. This video explains what LAANC is, shows you how to request authorization, and compares the 2 best service providers – Kittyhawk and AirMap.

It is exciting to see that hobbyists can now use this system. We are moving in the right direction!

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What is LAANC: 2:18
Airmap Tutorial: 4:06
Kittyhawk Tutorial: 6:31
My recommendation: 7:24
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