In this video, Greg Reverdiau from the Pilot Institute shows you how to How to submit day and night Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability requests or LAANC requests for drone flights in Aloft (formerly known as Kittyhawk.
How to submit day and night LAANC requests for drone flights in Aloft
In this video, Greg shows you how to submit the following LAANC requests, using Aloft, formerly known as Kittyhawk (which is similar to AirMap, except much better).
- Daytime LAANC request for recreational flyers and Part 107 pilots
- Night LAANC request, which is new in August 2021, and only for Part 107 pilots at the moment
- LAANC requests above the grid, also only available under part 107 (for example flying at 100 feet in a 50-ft grid.
- 00:00 Introduction
- 00:41 Day and Night Time LAANC requests
- 07:11 LAANC requests higher than UAS Facility Map maximum grid altitude
- 11:18 Conclusion
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