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DJI Authorization Zones vs FAA Airspace Approval

DJI Authorization Zones vs FAA Airspace Approval

Confused about the difference between DJI Authorization Zones (geo-fencing) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airspace Approval? Well, watch this video from Greg Reverdiau from the Pilot Institute where he explains the difference and what to look out for when flying your drone.

DJI Authorization Zones vs FAA Airspace Approval

This video will explain the difference between DJI and FAA approval when flying your drone, what each DJI geo zone means, how to request and gain DJI approval, how to import your unlocking license into your drone, and how to submit a LAANC request.

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 01:00 The difference between FAA approval and DJI approval
  • 06:10 The types of DJI approval
  • 09:20 How to get DJI approval
  • 14:00 How to activate it in your drone
  • 16:39 How to get FAA approval

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