The FAA has informed us that AirMap, a Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) service supplier, has temporarily suspended its LAANC services. When applying for airspace authorization with AirMap via its app or desktop website, it will appear as though the authorization process is working, but you will receive an email or text message informing you that the authorization has failed. AMA will provide an update for when AirMap is back up and running. For now, airspace users will need to operate their aircraft using a different LAANC service supplier. Below is a list of current suppliers:
As a reminder, LAANC is an automated service for which to apply and quickly receive approval from the FAA to fly outside of AMA club locations while in controlled airspace. For more information on LAANC, click here.
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